Students had the opportunity to learn about more than 20 different countries in the annual Multicultural Day, a day that featured student projects, authentic cuisine, and other unique items from countries around the world.
As various grade levels visited the “living museum” throughout the day, students could ask questions, sample new foods, and get their passports stamped. Thanks to ESL teacher Tracy Hardley for organizing this fun day for our community to celebrate diversity.
See more photos from Multicultural Day here.
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