Long Beach Middle School celebrated Black History Month through music on Feb. 28, during a special program held in the auditorium. Students, staff members and guests came together for an engaging show that featured a variety of musical genres.
Kelis Walsh served as mistress of ceremony and Professor Anissa Moore introduced each style of music. The event featured gospel, hip-hop, rap, R&B, rock and much more. The LBMS Unity Ensemble, comprised of Doug Renoud, David Lobenstein, Franklin Parker Ramsey, Robert Henrick, Jykolyn White, Jaysha Teemer, Christina Farrell, Runnie Myles, Amaris Perez-Hill, Tonio Simmons, Anissa Moore, Lakashire Wright and Steve Angel presented outstanding selections and got the audience involved. Student performers included Serenity Bivens, Ally Zamora, Sandra Amadi and Antonio Sanders.