United States: The Woodland Hills School District is thrilled and pleasured to see students, families and community members attend their International Festival this morning (Friday), September 22, 2023, at the High School, Pennsylvania.
As per the Update, during the International Festival today, the attendees were treated to a menu featuring Asian, Botswanan, Halal, Honduran, Mexican and Italian cuisine and unique dishes from Tanya’s Catering and Nutrition, Inc.
The Woodland Hills School District extended their pleasure and thanked all the fantastic chefs and providers who helped whip up all those delicious dishes!
Attendees had the chance to chat with organizers of various high school clubs and activities in the gymnasium and a few community partners.
The gym was also home to performances from the Woodland Hills Jazz Band, featuring students and staff. As everyone ate and mingled, they were also treated to music from aL bagpiper and a mariachi band.
The second portion of the evening featured performances in the auditorium. Kuumba African Drumming and Dance got everyone moving, while the Tamburitzans wowed with their traditional Armenian, Jewish and Serbian dances and music.
The Ambassador Mmasegkoa Masire-Mwamba of Botswana to the Kingdom of Belgium was the evening’s special guest. The ambassador gave brief remarks praising the celebration of culture and the importance of coming together through food and music.
She also shared some information about Botswana before student representatives presented her with a few souvenirs to thank her for coming to Woodland Hills.
The evening was capped off with fireworks.
The Woodlands High District extended her pleasure and Thanked everyone who came out and participated in the evening. “This event together in a very short period, and it would not have been possible without the hard work of the high school and district staff and our community partners,” they asserted.
At last, they also expressed their hope to make this festival an annual event that will continue to grow and showcase Woodland Hills’ rich diversity.