Woodside Celebrates Culture Day

Second Grade Students at Woodside Elementary celebrated last December different cultures by celebrating "Culture Day".  Students brought in special foods and wore clothing to represent their culture.  Parents came in to help with the food and students had a lot of fun learning about where they came from. To view pictures from this event click here.



Second Grade students at Woodside Elementary celebrate different cultures by celebrating "Culture Day".  Students brought in special foods and wore clothing to represent their culture. Parents came in to help with the food and students had a lot of fun learning about where they came from!

Second Grade students at Woodside Elementary celebrate different cultures by celebrating "Culture Day".  Students brought in special foods and wore clothing to represent their culture. Parents came in to help with the food and students had a lot of fun learning about where they came from!

Second Grade students at Woodside Elementary celebrate different cultures by celebrating "Culture Day".  Students brought in special foods and wore clothing to represent their culture. Parents came in to help with the food and students had a lot of fun learning about where they came from!

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