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Cross-cultural extravaganza

Fort Rouge School celebrated their identities and cultures at the school's recent Multicultural Night.

The evening combined a meal of many nations with main stage entertainment and cultural pavilions in the school's many classrooms.

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"We have 26 different countries represented at this school between the students and the staff," said Community Support Worker Tammy Shone. "So it's very multicultural."

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Classrooms each focused on a country or a specific region; for example, the South American pavilion featured Brazil, Venezuela and El Salvador.

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"Our families each get a passport, so when they visit each classroom and see the displays, they get a stamp," Ms. Shone said.

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Students and their families were proud to share their cultures on stage and in casual conversations throughout the building; as evidenced by the photos here, it was a night to remember.

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