BLACK HISTORY MONTH
For Black History Month, we have compiled a Bingo card of outdoor, historical sites around Albemarle County and Charlottesville City. Our goal is to link elementary history SOLs to our local history. Throughout February, we will be featuring these sites on Bobcat News for your children. We hope your family can visit some of these places together and learn more about the history of our area in a safe, and engaging way. If your family makes a visit, please send a photo to Mr. Chrobak (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be featured in the Bobcat News.
Here is the Bingo card: Black History Month Sights to See!
You can also visit the sites virtually using this Google Map.
Memorial to Enslaved Laborers at UVA
3rd Street Entrance to the Paramount Theater
The Charlottesville 12 at the Albemarle County Building
The Albemarle 26 at Stone Robinson Elementary
Carr/Greer Family Residence located at Ivy Creek Natural Area
Charles B. Holt Rock House
Baker-Butler Elementary School
Black Owned Restaurants in Charlottesville
Daughters of Zion Cemetery
Curtis Elder Track and Field Complex
Free State Community
Jefferson School African American Heritage Center
Court Square Auction Block
Booker T. Washington Park
Kitty Foster's Homestead and Cemetery at UVA
Murray Elementary School