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  • ABOVE: Eighth-grade students kicked off the Multicultural Night at CCS with their interpretation of Russian dancing.

  • Chichester Central students and staff cooked up some homemade dog biscuits and intergalactic slime during their Cooking Enrichment Course.

Published: 3/1/2019 3:45:21 PM

Russian dancing, a stroll through a Japanese garden and meeting historical figures from Ancient Greek and Roman times through a living museum were just a few of the many highlights of the recent Multicultural Night held at Chichester Central School. This annual school event engaged all K-8 students in learning about various aspects of civilization from around the world and celebrated diversity in food, culture, and everyday life. Students worked individually on research and written reports and collaboratively on displays and projects.

Following the Multicultural Night, students participated in many enriching activities during the school day on Friday before February vacation. Students could choose from more than 15 activities ranging from rock climbing, cooking classes, to sculpting with local artist Andy Hampton. It was a great day of interacting with the community and mixing students and staff from around the building.

After school vacation, CCS will be celebrating Read Across America with a Literacy Game Night on Thursday, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Come to CCS to play literacy related games and activities with the whole family. On March 12 from 6 to 7 p.m., there will be an Arts Night celebrating our fine arts. There will be performances to watch and enjoy as well as a traveling art show with student work from surrounding schools and communities. Make sure to attend these events as well as the annual School District Meeting held on Saturday, March 9 at 9 a.m. at school.

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