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Okinawa Cool Cultures | SY 2010-11

Bechtel Elementary School

Students enjoyed seeing clothing from other countries around the world during the Hispanic Heritage Month performance. In this case, Panama!

Bechtel Elementary School

Students enjoy dancing with the Bois Forte Band of the Chippewa Indian Tribe from Northern Minnesota. Students were able to hear and see American Indian culture, and enjoy the dancing and drums.

Bechtel Elementary School

Students from F.L.E.S. dress the part and observe during a demonstration of multi-cultural dancing for Hispanic Heritage month.

Bechtel Elementary School

Learning about other cultures is hard work, students discovered during the Hispanic Heritage Month performance.

Bechtel Elementary School

During Hispanic Heritage Month, students perform a typical dance you would find in Panama.

Bechtel Elementary School

Eleven Pipers pipe away during a performance of The 12 Days of Christmas, as both students and teachers look on during the Holiday Extravaganza.

Bechtel Elementary School

Seven Swans "were-a-swimming" during a special rendition of the Twelve Days of Christmas during the Holiday Extravaganza. One "swan" in particular seems to be having a great time!

Bechtel Elementary School

Third graders sing their hearts out during the Holiday Extravaganza Concert.

Bechtel Elementary School

Japanese sign language teachers were invited to Bechtel ES for Christmas Program. Students learned two songs; "Rudolf Red Nosed Reindeer" and "Silent Night" in Japanese as well as Japanese sign language. They performed an outstanding show at the Christmas

Bechtel Elementary School

Japanese sign language teachers were invited to Bechtel ES for Christmas Program. Students learned two songs; "Rudolf Red Nosed Reindeer" and "Silent Night" in Japanese as well as Japanese sign language. They performed an outstanding show at the Christmas

Kadena Elementary School

Students in a kindergarten class are holding stuffed animals indigenous to the tropical rain forest in Guyana. Sstudents had a rare opportunity to explore a school-made museum displaying items from the Macushi Tribe and surrounding area of Guyana.

Kadena Elementary School

A kindergarten student (left), native to the Moco Moco village in southern Guyana, holds a warishe-basket used for carrying fruits and vegetables, while her classmates are holding bows and arrows. Various items from the Macushi Tribe of Guyana.

Kadena Elementary School

Fourth and fifth grades students at KES form a "sayonara" tunnel for visiting students from Shiraho Elementary School. Shiraho students, teachers, and administrators ran through the tunnel before boarding their bus.

Kadena Elementary School

Sweet potato picking! Kindergarten students practice team work as they dig for potatoes.

Kadena Elementary School

Pinata time! Kindergarten students have fun while making pinatas in celebration of Hispanic Heritage month.