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CMA underclassmen explore the wonderful world of technology through a smartphone.
CMA

Sprint's 1Million Projects puts smartphones in the hands of CMA freshmen

With the goal of eliminating the “Homework Gap” for low-income students, Sprint and the Sprint Foundation partnered to support 1 million high school students by offering them free smartphones, tablets, or hotspot devices. On Sept. 22, Sprint awarded Communication and Media Arts High School's freshman class with Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge smartphones. 


CMA

Count us in! Count us up!

Communication and Media Arts High School had one of its most successful Count Days with an overall 99.9 percent of students in attendance.





Freshmen Malik Smith, Damond Jackson, De’Ontea Owens, Hezekiah Green, and Jaisean Griffin applauding after reciting the Frederick Douglass creed with LTC Jefferson raising his fist in support.
DOUGLASS

Living History: Frederick Douglass students meet and talk with former Prisoner of War

U.S. Army Air Corps Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Jefferson, with tears in his eyes, raised his fist in the air, the 9th grade students at Frederick Douglass Academy for Young Men said the creed. In unison, the students recited “[...] honorable young men of integrity filled with potential and endless possibilities [...] we will meet and exceed the expectations of those who came before us.


HENRY FORD

Student leaders meet with new superintendent

Student Leaders Meet with Superintendent Meeting by Demarco Carridine Senior Ameer Harris represented Henry Ford High School in a special session with Detroit Public School Community District’s Superintendent Nikkoli Vitti on October 24, 2017.  Student leaders were selected from various schools throughout the district to attend as Vitti shared “Blueprint 2020" -- a strategic plan for rebuilding Detroit Public Schools. Harris and other students engaged in a meaningful dialogue with Vitti to share thoughts and concerns about DPSCD.









Detroit city and suburbs united Jan. 29, 2017 at Detroit Metro Airport for a #NoMuslimBan protest against Donald Trump's first immigration ban.
RENAISSANCE

Does Protesting Work?

Last year, Detroit Public School District saw student, teacher, and parent protest school conditions, perceived mistreatment of teachers, and other issues.





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