New Orleans Charter Science and Math “Sci High” Students Participate In Habitat for Humanity Day of Service

New Orleans Charter Science and Math “Sci High” students participated in a day of service benefitting Habitat for Humanity. The project was officially called “Banga Build” — and was organized by the band Tank and the Bangas. New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity builds homes for and with hard-working families and individuals. The students are members of the Write Brained Club at Sci High who participate in a day of service every year. The Club takes students on at least one field trip a month to provide a unique cultural experience outside the walls of the classroom.

Photo SciHigh1: (From left to right in back)  Hueman Development Project’s Darren Harper; New Orleans Charter Science and Mathematics High School “Sci High” students Donovan Hogan and David Charles; Tank from Tank and the Bangas; Sci High student Raymond Green; WriteBrained founder and Sci High community partner, Nic Aziz and and Write Brained Club Sponsor and Sci High Teacher Jeff Carver. Front: Hueman Development Project member and Lusher Charter School student Nia Talbot.
Photo SciHigh2: New Orleans Charter Science and Mathematics High School student David Charles.

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