Students receive Brookhaven Town Black History Achievement Award

Based upon their academic achievements including maintaining a grade point average above 3.5, nine William Floyd High School students were selected to receive the Town of Brookhaven Black History Achievement Award from the Black History Commission, an organization designed to celebrate and acknowledge the contributions of black Americans, both nationally and locally, while fostering an appreciation of black culture and heritage in the younger generation.

William Floyd High School Town of Brookhaven Black History Achievement Award honorees (left to right): Siasia Harris, Shayla Scott, Quatajah Rennalls, Ulisia Pascal and Adwoa Enin. Not pictured: Nyasia Peoples, Ayodele Osanyingbemi, Nia Smith and Mikayla Coleman.

The students were honored at the 27th Annual Black History Night Celebration held at Brookhaven Town Hall in February. Congratulations to the following students: Quatajah Rennalls, Nyasia Peoples, Ayodele Osanyingbemi, Ulisia Pascal, Adwoa Enin, Shayla Scott, Nia Smith, Siasia Harris and Mikayla Coleman.

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