Asian American Hawaiian Native Pacific Islander Month at ATES

Students and Staff share what is special about their heritage on the ATTV Morning News Show

By Ashley Ireland
May 29, 2024

Celebrating AANHPI Month at ATES is not just about recognizing the past; it's about building a future where everyone feels valued and respected. By learning about different cultures and histories, our students become more empathetic and knowledgeable citizens.

Students and staff shared what was meaningful about their heritage on the ATTV Morning News Show. Visit YouTube for the full list of students and staff who shared. 

Jamie Kim, 2nd Grade Teacher

Shakura Iqebal, Multiage Teacher

Essel Linton, Music Teacher

Bella, 5th Grade Student

Muntaj, 3rd Grade Student

Remka, 4th Grade Student

This month is a wonderful opportunity for all of us to come together, celebrate our diversity, and learn from one another. We are proud of our students and staff for embracing this month with enthusiasm and respect. Let's continue to honor and appreciate the vibrant cultures that make up our school community, not just in May, but all year round.

Happy AANHPI Heritage Month!