Ruby Bridges – 2017-2018

//Ruby Bridges – 2017-2018

Ruby Bridges – 2017-2018

2018-02-03T14:51:11+00:00 February 2, 2018|Categories: Central VA|Tags: |

In learning about the Civil Rights Movement in America, Ms. Dyson’s second grade reading Title I students at St. Andrew’s School in Richmond read a story called Ruby Bridges by Ruby Bridges and Grace Maccarone. The following paragraphs are their reflections.

Let's Read about Ruby Bridges

 

 

Our Reflections on Let’s Read about Ruby Bridges

 

Ruby Bridges

Segregation separated black and white people but it ended. Ruby Bridges got offered to go to a white school because it was closer to her neighborhood. Ruby was a good students but she was all alone. The next year when she was in second grade the students came back! She likes to visit as a grown up and talk about her story and tell kids black and white people should be friends.

 

 

 

Ruby Bridges
Segregation separated blacks and whites but it ended. Ruby Bridges went to a white school called William Franz School. Ruby was a good student but she was all alone. In second grade, she made friends. She likes to visit schools as a grown up. She likes to talk about her story and tell that white and black people can be friends.

 

 

 

Ruby Bridges
Segregation separated black and white people but it ended. Ruby Bridges went to a white school. Ruby was a good student but she was all alone. In second grade, white kids came back. She likes to visit schools as a grown up and she talks about her story.

 

 

 

Ruby Bridges
Segregation is being separated into different groups. Ruby Bridges went to a black school, then she went to a white school. Ruby was a good student but people were still mad. The children came back. Everybody can go to the same school.

 

 

 

Ruby Bridges
Segregation is being separated by skin colors. It ended. Ruby Bridges went to a school that was a white school. Ruby was a good student but people were angry. In second grade, she made friends. Now the black people and white people can go to the same school.

 

 

 

Ruby Bridges
Segregation is being separated by skin color. It ended. Ruby Bridges went to a white people school. Ruby was a good student but people were angry. Next year Ruby made friends. Now the black people and white people go to school together.