At Colonial’s Heritage Day, kids learn about the places fellow students come from

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COLONIAL — The school is filled kids from all over the world, and the PTA wanted to celebrate that.

On the evening of March 10, kids of all ages from Colonial School came to Pelham Middle School and shared their background, food, clothing, games and more.

“Celebrating everyone’s heritage and history is very important,” said Mrs. Tonya Wilson, the principal. “A Heritage Day is a great way for students and adults to learn about their family history. It’s a good way for family and friends to have fun but learning at the same time.”

At Heritage Day, kids made different crafts, including coloring flags, posters and passports. They also played on the field.

Laura in 4V said, “The food was very tasty, and I loved the Heritage Day. I brought in Swedish fruit soup.”

Rhys in 4V said, “It was really fun, and the food was really yummy. It was a great experience.”

 

 

 

 

 

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