Monday is the day we celebrate the birthday of a great and oh so important American, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. Schools across the country are finding ways to celebrate this great man’s life, and, at least in our opinion, there is no better way to do that than with a school assembly program that brings Dr. King’s story to life for kids and adults alike.
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Most schools that schedule our Martin Luther King school assembly program usually try to have it in January, near to Dr. King’s birthday or for Black History month in February. So we do not usually have to many performances of this school assembly playing in March. But this winter was a little rougher than most! Quite a few schools missed programs due to snow days and as a result are making up their performances now.
With March coming up you should know about a great midwest school show, perfect for celebrating Women’s History Month. As you are aware, we often write about Abraham Lincoln school assemblies, and Martin Luther King school shows, or about Frederick Douglas assembly programs or school shows about Ben Franklin. It seems like it is always the famous men who get all the attention. Several years ago we decided this just wasn’t fair! So we created a great school assembly about a bunch of famous women from history. I guess you might call this one “Herstory” !