CCMS hosted its annual Multicultural Day this year on Friday, May 10th. The event celebrates the many cultures represented in the student body, staff, and surrounding community. Countries such as Ghana, Costa Rica, South Africa, Jamaica, Egypt, Nigeria, Aruba, Guyana and the U.S. island of Puerto Rico were represented.
The scholars worked on the project leading up to the event and used art, research, writing, technology and presentation skills to teach each other about what they learned. On the day of the event, scholars were issued passports to “travel” and experience music, taste food, learn history, see currency, and touch artifacts unique to each country.
CCMS is proud to represent the diversity across the school and to teach scholars the value of cultural differences and that people from all nations have importance in our shared global history.