OBS in the News
From WMTW-TV in Portland (ME):
Lewiston and Maranacook students promote diversity in Maine. (May 22, 2019) Operation Breaking Stereotypes connects students 30 miles apart. “A program at Lewiston and Maranacook teaches diversity at schools with very different populations. WMTW News 8’s Tyler Cadorette explains.”
From the Lewiston (ME) Sun Journal:
Facing race and difference … two schools at a time. (March 24, 2019) “Four years ago they feared each other. Today the same Lewiston and Maranacook students hope their Maine-based project goes national.” A profile of the Lewiston High school – Maranacook Community High School OBS partnership.
From the Bangor (ME) Daily News:
Students in 3 Maine towns thought they had little in common. Then they started talking. (February 19, 2019) About the 3-way OBS partnership among middle school students from the Indian Island School, Orono, and Old Town Middle Schools.
From Education Talk Radio:
Operation Breaking Stereotypes: Sounds good…and it is. (April, 2019) Listen to Connie Carter’s interview with Education Talk Radio host Larry Jacobs about OBS.