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Hubbard is a special place with warm and friendly teachers, students, parents, and staff! I continue to be grateful for the opportunity to be your principal. I believe in working collaboratively with staff, students, parents, and community partners in order to continue the success at Hubbard. Through this collaboration, I believe we will keep moving our students and school forward.
Our school is committed to creating a safe environment for all students and staff, where positive character counts, and where there is respect for differences in other people, customs and cultures. We want our students to work hard individually and as a classroom community to achieve an environment where everyone feels valued, and believes they can be successful.
As parents and educators, we must form a strong partnership to ensure that all of our Hubbard students receive an exceptional education. I encourage you to participate in school activities and special occasions, as well as volunteer if your schedule allows. I look forward to this school year and many school years to come. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at (408) 928-7706 ext. or email@example.com
Dr. Sandra Puerta-Sarmiento, Principal
February is Black History Month!
Black History Month is an annual observance dedicated to honoring and commemorating the achievements, contributions, and rich cultural heritage of Black individuals and communities throughout history.
Explore the underlined links below to learn more about Black History Month:
Culture shapes lives. It’s in the food people eat, the languages they speak, the art they create, and many other ways they express themselves. These traditions reflect the history and creative spirit of African American and other cultures of the African diaspora. Cultural Expressions is a circular, experiential, introductory space to African American and African diaspora culture.
Are you a fan of Glenn Ligon, Alma Thomas, or Gordon Parks? The National Gallery of Art paired eight Black artists you might know with eight others to discover.
More than 400 years of Black history and heritage are preserved in national parks and communities around the country. Discover stories shared by people who formed powerful connections with these places of history, nature, and enjoyment. Inspire others by sharing your “park story”!
Put the power of primary sources to work in the classroom. Browse ready-to-use lesson plans, student activities, collection guides and research aids.
African Americans serving in the military service throughout U.S. history have often fought on two fronts. fighting the actual enemy and fighting a system of segregation and exclusion.