Cabot School Picture Retake Day: Thu. Nov. 18th
3rd Grade CAS Presentation: Fri. Nov. 19th
Creative Arts & Sciences is back! On Friday, November 19th, Annawon Weeden will present to Cabot 3rd graders about Wampanoag culture. Annawon was born and raised in the tribal community of Charlestown, RI among relatives of both Narragansett/Pequot and Mashpee/Wamponoag lineage. He began sharing the culture of his tribes with his family during public programs and performances at a young age. As an adult, Annawon's passion for preserving the culture has continued, and as a modern day representative of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe, Annawon shares stories, language, clothing, tools, from a uniquely personal perspective. He is funny, engaging, and a great story teller. His presentation culminates with a hands-on corn husk doll making activity.
Creative Arts and Sciences is a program run by Cabot parent volunteers that brings curriculum-specific presentations into the classrooms to help enrich our students' educational experience. The Creative Arts & Science program is generously funded by families like yours through donations to our PTO. To learn more, visit the Creative Arts & Sciences webpage and to make a donation click HERE.More
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