Annie Wimbish, retired school superintendent, executive facilitator and author of “Rubber Bands on My Socks” presents mini lessons to all virtual students at Sydnor Jennings Elementary School. She shared information about influential historic African Americans like Maya Angelou, George Washington Carver and Madam C. J. Walker. Wimbish also included accomplishments of leaders like Virginia’s former Gov. L. Douglas Wilder and locals like Judge Joel Cunningham and South Boston Mayor Edward Owens. She emphasized that though Black history is celebrated annually in February, all people are making history daily. Students completed writing assignments based on her “Moments in Black History’’ presentations. They also wrote thank you notes to Wimbish to thank her for sharing time with them.