Monday is a designated snow make-up day on the school calendar.
5,400 students will spend a part of the day learning of MLK’s legacy of human rights, respect and tolerance and how his work relates to our world today. https://t.co/64ImEiWxzB— QCSD News (@QCSDnews) January 13, 2018
While the district says the calendar could not be changed, the superintendent has ordered that all social studies classes focus on the civil rights leader.
He says it's an important lesson, in light of an incident last fall, in which students made racial slurs against visiting football players from Cheltenham during the homecoming game.
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