A Night of Freedom COMES HOME
Inspired by a partnership with The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center,
Winton Woods City School is proud to present...
A NIGHT OF FREEDOM COMES HOME:
STUDENT PERFORMANCE AND PROJECT EXHIBITION
GRADES DATE TIME LOCATION
K-6 Thursday, March 10, 2022 5:30-7:00 p.m. South Campus
7-12 Thursday, March 17, 2022 5:30-7:30 p.m. North Campus
Winton Woods City Schools is ecstatic to once again bring together the city of Cincinnati for its most exciting event of the year, its annual ‘Night of Freedom’ student project exhibition. For the first time in Warrior history, this popular extravaganza will return home and be held in our two new beautifully built campuses. The event is free and will be held on March 10 at South Campus for our Wee Warriors and on March 17 at the North Campus for our seventh through twelfth-grade students. Students will showcase their work through exhilarating performances, a visual arts gallery walk, combined with enlightening student presentations all centered around the subject of freedom.
“Inspired by a partnership with The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (NURFC), Winton Woods City Schools embarked on a mission in 2017 to create an annual event to inspire our community by encouraging our Cincinnati community to take part in the ongoing struggles for equality, equity, and freedom,” said Community Engagement Coordinator Corina Denny.
Through educational projects, the district will celebrate courage, cooperation, and perseverance, and relate this uniquely American story to the contemporary efforts of modern abolition, inspiring everyone to take steps for equality, equity and freedom today.
“Bringing the ‘Night of Freedom’ event home will provide more space for more projects and will make it more convenient for our community and students to attend,” said Mrs. Denny. “It has been three years since our students were given this opportunity to see their work on display and have impactful conversations with our Warrior Community, now more than ever we look forward to seeing what they will present.” For more information, please visit wintonwoods.org/freedom.
Marge & Charles J. Schott Foundation