International Night Continues To Be A Favorite SHS Event
Posted 10/15/2012 10:00AM
"From the opening parade of nations and the live bluegrass music to the incredible array of food from around the world and the Chinese calligraphy and beading, International Night is always such a fabulous night that celebrates the rich diversity of our community," said Director of Student Life, Dr. Sally Sharp.
Each year Sacred Heart Schools on Sheridan Road celebrates International Night, transforming our gym into a mini tour of the nations. And it always smells Heavenly! A plethora of delicious dishes are cooked and served by our families, which include favorites like Baklava, apple pie, peroigis, tamales, plantain salad, Irish Sausage Puffs, and egg rolls. The tastes, sounds, colorful costumes and fun activities of the evening are a wonderful showcase of the diversity of the Schools.
It's an evening that "comes and goes much too quickly," said Dr. Sharp. "The memories of our great community having great fun always brings a smile to my face."
Nat Wilburn, Head of Schools concurred. “International night is a great family tradition of living Goal IV. We enjoyed a wonderful evening of celebrating the many families from all over the world who are part of our larger school family."