OMOLOLU CELEBRATES ITS INTERNATIONAL STUDENT BODY

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By anguillian June 22, 2015 08:02 Updated

 

 

OIS_Culture_DayOn May 29, Omololu International School continued its annual tradition by hosting Omololu Culture Day. The day began with the “Parade of Nations” where the different nationalities were introduced by students dressed in costumes and carrying flags. It then moved into cultural presentations illustrating some part of the culture of over 20 different nationalities. The presentations were as colorful as they were varied, with some students choosing to highlight the national dress, a typical song or dance, or a dramatic reading of a poem. The parents in attendance were amazed at the hard work that all students put into their presentations. Some presentations were done in small groups while others were done individually. “It was so great to see all the students up on stage, sharing what they know about their heritage and where they come from,” said one parent spectator. The parent continued: “I can’t wait to see what they do next year.”

The day culminated in the “Feast of Nations” with foods from all over the Caribbean, and the world, for students, parents, staff, and guests to sample. OIS looks forward to continuing this grand tradition next year with an even bigger and better celebration.

Omololu International School embraces an holistic and experiential approach to learning about our world, equipping students with meaningful understanding and skill sets to lead successful lives and to make a positive contribution to society. Registration for the 2015-16 School Year is now open. For more information kindly see us at www.omololuschool.org, follow us on Facebook, or contact us at 1(264) 497-5430.

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anguillian
By anguillian June 22, 2015 08:02 Updated

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