For CW student Antwon Ethridge, Harriet Tubman is a daily inspiration to change the world around him. When we asked him the reason that he considers Harriet Tubman a Shero, he said, “She is my Shero because of her perseverance to help slaves get to freedom. I always try to remember to perform selfless acts like volunteering or just helping someone across the street.”
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In photo: Melanie Morales and her mom
There’s no doubt that an inspiring person can be found anywhere, including our own home or school. These were the cases for CW students Monica Alvarracin and Melanie Morales.
We are ending Women’s History Month with another powerful mom. For CW student Caitlin, her mom is her SHero, and we are happy that for so many students, the title of SHero is reserved for their moms. Happy Women’s History Month to all of them.
We are almost at the end of #WomensHistoryMonth, and Guilianna Perez & Shemicka Chin have something else in common besides being students at CW. They both admire their grandmothers. For them, they are the perfect SHeroes.
Regarding her grandmother and her godmother, Guilianna says, “They don’t need to have super powers to be a Shero. Just watching them do so much when I was younger always inspired me.”
CW student Alexandra has several reasons to be proud of her daughter. During Women’s History Month, she had no doubts who her inspirational woman would be other than Andrea. She is definitely Alexandra’s SHero.