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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.
"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."
Classrooms each focused on a country or a specific region; for example, the South American pavilion featured Brazil, Venezuela and El Salvador.
"Our families each get a passport, so when they visit each classroom and see the displays, they get a stamp," Ms. Shone said.
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.