MCHS Students Celebrate MLK Day Through Workshop

By: Michigan City Area Schools Last Updated: January 29, 2014

MLKDay-2014Michigan City High School students participated in the sixth Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Youth Workshop at Merrillville High School on Monday, January 20.

The day was filled with thought-provoking, motivational and fun activities for students from school communities throughout the Midwest. Students had an opportunity to learn, share, and engage in authentic conversations as a means of honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The activities challenged students to look at themselves, their relationships with others and how they can be empowered individually and as a group, to make positive changes.

Pictured are the representatives from Michigan City High School:

Front Row (L-R): Rebeccah Dumortier, Madison Ritter, Kennedy Hobson, Christian Galvin, Richer Huynh, MCHS Teacher Mindy Thalmann

Middle Row (L-R): Veronica DeBone, Brittany Burt, Braxton Hervey, Abigail Schoonaert, MCPD Detective and MCAS School Board Member Marty Corley

Back Row (L-R): Donovan Wilson, Michael Smallwood, Gordon Terry