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Fauntroy tells Queen Anne students of accomplishments Political and religious leader Rev. Walter E. Fauntroy visited Queen Anne School in Upper Marlboro on March 3 to discuss his role in shaping politics during the Civil Rights movement. Fauntroy was invited to tour the school with headmaster Temple Blackwood before speaking to students about his work with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during the 1960s. King appointed Fauntroy director of the Washington Bureau of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1961. coordinator of the historic March on Washington. Students learned of his other work, organizing the 1965 Selma to Montgomery March, the 1966 Meridith Mississippi Freedom March and the 1983 20th Anniversary March on Washington. delegate to Congress in 1971, Fauntroy also inspired students with the changes he made to policy during his 10 terms in office, such as helping to found the Congressional Black Caucus. after rioting destroyed the business district. "[Fauntroy] shared with them his past work and his vision for the youth and their future and how they can carry on," Brenda Walker, admissions director at Queen Anne's, said. Fauntroy continues to serve as the pastor of his childhood church New Bethel Baptist Church in the District, where he began in 1959. At Patuxent Elementary School in Upper Marlboro the Students of the Month are selected on academic excellence and the integrity they display to their teachers and fellow classmates at school. The kindergartners selected for February are Kaylin Luces, Arnold Chew and Eric Smothers. The other school standouts were first graders Kaihey Taylor, Idris Patterson and Danielle Nathan; second grade students Z'Nae Davis Smith, Milan Campbell, Kayla Garces and Alexus Smith Hailes; third graders Trent Knights, Daryl Jasper and Mikaila Germany; fourth graders Kiyah Smith and Ami Shipley; fifth grade students Javan Johnson, Marcus Osborne, Makala Brent and Daryl Johnson; and sixth graders Jainabou Barry, Imon Parker, James Diggs, Jr. John's College High School has been selected to participate in the 2005 McDonald's All American High School Basketball Girls Game on the East squad. Coleman will be playing against the top 24 female high school players in the country. Her parents, Joni and Tony Coleman of Cheltenham, MD, have watched their daughter lead the St. John's Cadets in points and assists, with an average of 21 points per game. Former McDonald's All American athletes include Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson. Game day for Coleman's team will be shared with the All American Boys Game, celebrating its 28th anniversary. on March 31 and will be broadcast on ESPN2. live on ESPN.100 years Her 100 years as a native Prince Georgian has endeared Ellen Bowling Smith of Upper Marlboro in the hearts of many. Smith, who celebrated her 100th birthday March 4, is not only a part of Upper Marlboro town history but also a representative of our nation's founding. She is the direct descendant of Thomas Stone, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. On Sept. 20, 1922 at the dedication of the Robert Crain Memorial Highway Monument in Upper Marlboro, Smith participated as the newly crowned "Miss Marlboro." In 1997, she was the Grand Marshall of the Upper Marlboro Reunion Day parade. Smith was born in 1905 in Prince George's County, the daughter of Col. John Dominic Bowling and Mildred Nalle Wallace. She had two brothers, John and Nalle, and two sisters, Mittie and Mary Beth. Smith attended a local elementary school and went on to college. She graduated from The Normal School of Towson, now known as Towson University, and the University of Maryland at College Park. She became a teacher, and went on to teach in the county for 43 years. The Prince George's County Memorial Library System now provides free on line and live homework help for students in the 4th through 12th grades. The tutors are certified teachers, university professors and graduate school students who have undergone a background check. Students can connect to tutors for one to one homework help sessions in math, science, social studies and English. For more information please contact Bridget Warren, Chief of Public Relations Programming, Prince George's County Memorial Library System, 6532 Adelphi Road, Hyattsville, MD 20782, or call 301 699 3500, Ext. 237.