Room 2 Students with C. Wilson (Teacher) and A. Carlton (Teacher Assist.) representing Peru
Room 3 K. Donaldson (Teacher) representing Guatemala
Room 8 S. Parks (Teacher Assistant) and J. Smith (Teacher Assistant) representing Belize
Room 9 L. Brown (Teacher) and R. Colston (Teacher Assistant) representing Argentina
Room 13 G. Carter (Teacher) representing Panama
Room 14 K. Ceasar (Speech Therapist) and E. Robinson (School Tutor) representing Nicaragua
Room 15 A. Coleman (Teacher Assistant) and O. Moore (Teacher Assistant) representing Bolivia
Room 15 J. Bunting (Teacher Assistant) and A. Coleman (Teacher Assistant) representing Bolivia
Room 16 L. Rink (Teacher) representing Costa Rica
Room 17 students and C. Kerns (Teacher) representing El Salvador
Room 20 C. Linn (Teacher) and T. Jones (Teacher Assistant) representing Venezuela
Room 21 G. Daniel (Teacher Assistant), L. Spraggins (Teacher) and A. Mallory (Teacher Assistant) representing Chile
Room 23 C. Everitte (Teacher Assistant) and L. Dandridge (Principal)
Room 23 S. Harris (Teacher) and L. Dandridge (Principal) representing
A multicultural day is an opportunity to enhance cultural awareness and to remind people of the similarities and differences among cultures.In lieu of the recent violent attacks throughout the world most recently Paris, Beirut and Kenya we are forever more in need of peace and love.
Today, the staff and students at Moses Field Schools celebrated the differences in our cultures though a variety of cuisines, music and visual displays. We must always remember to respect each other and love one another. Peace and love to all.
Freedom from disturbance: quiet and tranquility. Freedom from war or violence.