Fun at SPHS Cultural Day

Thursday, November 26th, 2015


The San Pedro High School (SPHS) once again brought to life the many cultures that exist in Belize at their annual cultural day. The event was held on Friday, November 20th, and the highly anticipated event offered a day of fun and education for families and friends. Taking into consideration the various cultures that call Belize home, students at the SPHS were challenged to transform their classrooms into booths adorned with cultural attire, information, food and either a presentation of singing or dancing
SPHS Cultural Day-2There were hundreds of colorfully attired students filling their respective classrooms with their cultural exhibitions. Every classroom was a journey to a different culture and teachers went from classroom to classroom watching the mini presentations and sampling the ethnic dishes.SPHS Cultural Day-4
The school organizes the event with the purpose of interaction and a way of teaching the students about the various cultures of Belize. As every year, an interactive criteria was set out in order to evaluate the students on their research for the different projects they worked on.SPHS Cultural Day-6
Each group was graded based on the quality of the cultural items they presented and the message being brought across. Each booth offered the visitors with the opportunity to learn more about the cultural groups in Belize, such as the Creole, Mestizo, Maya, Garifuna, Chinese/Taiwanese, Mennonite, East Indians, Central American regions and even from as far as Chile and Argentina.

The San Pedro Sun congratulates the students, staff and parents of SPHS for putting together another well-organized event.


 

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