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Camp Covington 2021
Camp Covington 2021
Academic Team 2019-2020
Burlington donates $11,000 through Adopt a Classroom!
Great Clips Donates $1,000 to Latonia Elementary
Rock Wall
Latonia Elementary cheerleaders win 2nd place in the cheerleading competition.
Latonia Elementary cheerleaders win 2nd place in the cheerleading competition.
Latonia Elementary girls basketball team wins 1st place.
Latonia Elementary girls basketball team wins 1st place.
Students in the Latonia Elementary Herbmania and Garden Club.
Herbmania and Urban Garden Club
Students are hard at work on the first day of school.
Hard at Work
Student picks flowers for the flower arrangements the garden club is selling.
Pretty!
Students are hard at work on the first day of school.
Hard at Work
Student picks green tomatoes for a customer.
Fried Green Tomatoes
Student is ready to learn after attending Meet the Teacher Night.
Ready to Learn
Students in the garden club, work on moving a pile of dirt.
It's a Tough Job, But Somebody Has to Do It

Students Have Special Visitor

We Pledge to Make a Difference

It’s a day Latonia Elementary students and Carlos Dunlap won’t soon forget. Dunlap is a defensive end for the Cincinnati Bengals and he is tackling bullying one AFC city at a time. 

Students in the after school program at Latonia read the book “Malik, the Difference Maker” by Cincinnati author LaMarque Ward. The book is about a young boy who was bullied and how he handled the situation. Dunlap and Ward met with the students to discuss the book and how it can relate to their own situations.

After the book discussion, Dunlap joined the students in painting rocks with encouraging messages to wipe out bullying. The students planted the rocks around the playground in hopes that others will find them in a time of need. 

Before the program closed, the students took Dunlap’s Bully-Free Oath. The students promised to take a stand against bullying and to be a difference maker. Each student received a Certificate of Achievement, a t-shirt, a button, pizza, and an autograph. Dunlap was so impressed with the students’ posters that he took some home with him.

Dunlap kicked off his anti-bullying campaign in September. The tour will not only make stops in the greater Cincinnati area, but also in Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, and Baltimore when the Bengals play in those cities.





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