Creating Caring and Nurturing Educational Environments for African American Children

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auditorium, plays, oratorical contests, graduation exercises, everything you do in auditoriums. We started everything with a devotional activity. My foundation sprang from Miss Doss in kindergarten. And even though the Supreme Court prohibited prayer in schools, during the 1960's we were still able to have an inspirational reading. . . . But that all sprang, my interest in being the chaplain and the auditorium teacher, from my activities with Miss Doss in 1943.


NOTES

In addition to the references that follow, contributions were made to this chapter by Earnest L. Gunn, Marjorie Barner Gunn, and Teresa Horton Washington.


REFERENCES

Board minutes: Tuscumbia city board of education. ( 1956, February 21).

Community kindergarten. ( 1975). Community kindergarten presents the 1975 kindergarten graduation. Tuscumbia, AL. Marjorie B. Gunn, 1945 graduate and parent of a 1975 graduate of Community Kindergarten.

The community kindergarten. ( 1981, February 11). The Shoals News-Leader, pp. 4-5.

aculty lists: Trenholm high school, 1907- 1968. ( 1981). Dr. Robert Clemmons, Superintendent, Tuscumbia City Schools, Tuscumbia, AL.

Gore, A. D. ( 1998). Telephone interview with Alberta Doss Gore, daughter of Miss Doss and a teacher at the Community Kindergarten.

Grand marshall: Mrs. Julia G. Doss. ( 1996). Trenbolm high school reunion 1996, Tuscumbia, AL.

Holder E. F. ( 1981). Miss Anna Pybas and her school. The Journal of Muscle Shoals History, Vol. IX, pp. 3-14.

Lee M. T. ( 1960, May 12). News about Negroes: Kindergarten graduation. The Florence Times, p. 6, section 3.

Morrison G. S. ( 1998). Early childhood education today, 7 ed. Columbus, OH: Merrill Publishing Company.

Winn J. N., Jr. ( 1995). Life and works of Miss Maud Lindsay. Essays on history of the shoals, from pioneer days to World War II. The Journal of Muscle Shoals History, Vol. XIV, pp. 123-134.

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