Not In Our Town Princeton


Presentation at PHS on Restorative Justice

Many schools across the nation are experiencing persistently high rates of suspension and expulsion for students of color and students with special needs. At the same time, schools are actively seeking ways to transform how they elicit student cooperation, manage…

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55th Anniversary of the Children’s March–Family Potluck Dinner, May 2, 2018

Questions?  Contact Dr. Joy Barnes-Johnson,

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See Me, Hear Me: A Conversation With Tomorrow’s Leaders, April 28, 2018

Students from two Princeton High School leadership groups, the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) and PULSE (Pride, Unity, Leadership, Sisterhood, Esteem) will be hosting our 2nd annual student conference, See Me, Hear Me: A Conversation with Tomorrows’ Leaders on Saturday,…

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PULSE (Pride Unity Leadership Sisterhood Esteem) Women’s History Month Exhibit, March 12, 2018

Student group, PULSE, advised by Mrs. Lenora Keel, will present Museums in Motion, a traveling African American museum, will present an intriguing exhibit on Amazing American women to be held in the Numina Gallery at Princeton High School on Monday,…

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Princeton High School Black History Month Events, 2018

A Spirituals and Gospel Festival Princeton High School choirs, community choir volunteers, and praise dancers will collaborate for a celebration of gospel music. The concert will feature guest musician Raymond Wise, Ph.D.  Friday, February 23, 2018 7:30 PM , PHS…

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