They're only in elementary school, but Susie Dasher students already have college on the brain.
For Black History Month, the STEM school predicated its program around the Divine-9 Greek Organizations. In addition to highlighting the panhellenic council's dedication to community service, Principal Cloise Williams explained the importance of college education.
Second grader Raedonia Davis thought the program "was cool," adding she "can't wait to join one of the sororities one day."
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