Honoring Black History: IDEA Burke Scholar Pays Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
Shelby Henderson, a ninth grade scholar at IDEA Burke, created an artwork titled “No Matter Race Everyone is Equal” that was selected from record number of submissions to be used as the visual representation of the City of San Antonio’s 36th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. March and Celebration by the City of San Antonio’s […]
Honoring Black History Month: Recognizing the “Divine Nine” Fraternities & Sororities
For Black History Month, IDEA Public Schools is recognizing the robust history of the “Divine Nine” fraternities and sororities and their presence within the IDEA organization. Several IDEA staff members from each region are not only serving our scholars daily but their communities as well. These nine Black fraternities and sororities date back to 1906 […]
Honoring Black History Month at IDEA Public Schools
This February, IDEA Public Schools is proud to join our nation in honoring Black History Month. The celebratory month, also known as National African American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by Black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in the story of the United States of […]