MCS celebrates annual Cultural Diversity Day


The Grade 12 class of Mount Carmel School portray the CNMI at the annual Cultural Diversity Day. (Contributed Photo)

Mount Carmel School recently joined the rest of the CNMI in celebrating the annual Cultural Diversity Day, featuring a parade, performances, cultural dances, and costumes.

Different grade levels represented specific cultural traditions: K4-Philippines, K5-Brazil, 1st-India, 2nd-Egypt, 3rd-South Korea, 4th-Russia, 5th-Spain, 6th-Japan, 7th-China, 8th-Fiji, 9th-Jamaica, 10th-Greece, 11th-New Zealand, and 12th-CNMI.

This year’s celebration also featured special performances by the school’s Dance Club and Achahaga Chamorro Club. 

Classes were awarded for creativity, parade spirit, banners, mascots, and performances.

Fourth-grade students won in the K-4 Division. Fifth grade students won in the 5-8 Division. The 12th grade students won in the high school division.

Student Council president Dayna Macaranas enjoyed this year’s Cultural Diversity Day, despite the unpredictability of the weather. “Cultural Diversity Day turned out to be better than expected. From the mascots to the banner, every class was active and creative when displaying their respective cultures. Everyone was very cooperative and did a great job [with] their presentations.” (PR)

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