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Friday 18th of April, 2014

    

Our Mission:

Blessed Sacrament School is a faith-based school dedicated to the Catholic education and formation of Pre-kindergarten through eighth grade students, serving God, the students, and society.

Blessed Sacrament School promotes self-discipline, self-motivation, and excellence in learning through high academic standards.

INTERNATIONAL HERITAGE DAY

Poland

Italy

 

Lithuania

Philippines

Africa

Lebanon

Cape Verde

Puerto Rico

France

Germany

Ireland

Blessed Sacrament School’s Fourth Grade class took a look around the world Tuesday, April 8th when they presented their traditional Heritage Day Program. The School’s 26th annual International Heritage Day was initiated by Michele Banach, Fourth Grade Teacher, who wanted the students to get more in touch with their ethnicity and see the diversity of their class. The event involved 17 pupils representing Africa, Cape Verdes, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Lebanon, Lithuania, Philippines, Poland, and Puerto Rico. Each October the students are asked to think about their cultural heritage and choose their nationality to research and begin to organize International Heritage Day. The boys and girls worked both independently and collaboratively with their creative ideas. They learned how to communicate and orally present their research reports relating to customs, population, location, and cuisine. “It is a celebration project the children will never forget” says Mrs. Banach!

 

 

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