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    • UNITED NATIONS DAY Celebration Grade 3 Ms. R’s classReminders:Upper School UN Food Bazaarregular school dayOctober 24th , Wednesday9:00-12:30 pmPlease let your child bring Php 300.00. I will give them time to go around and buy goodiesthat our Upper School students prepared. Food bought from the bazaar can be eatenduring snack or lunchtime.Lower School United Nations Day CelebrationOctober 25th, Thursday7:30-11:50 am (half-day)**No special subjects (No PE and Chinese)Children are encouraged to wear their national costume, or any casual clothes that representsthe colors of their country.Grade 3 Schedule:7:30-8:00 — Homeroom8:00-8:30 — Assembly (Multi-Purpose Hall)8:30-10:30 — UN Issues (group discussion with grades 4 and 5) During this time, there will be a prepared activity for Grades 3, 4, and 5 about an important issue critical to our modern world.10:30-11:15 -- “World Buffet”—Culture through Food As our first collaborative effort, I request all parents to bring any food or delicacies that represent your home country. It will be a great delight for third grade students to find out one’s culture through the food they eat. Please prepare for 20-30 people as there will be children who will be going for a second serving. This feast will serve as our “brunch treat” for our 3rd graders. You are also invited to join this festivity. I would really appreciate if you can text Girlie (0906-3022462) or Valerie (0917-8064360) on what you or your child will be bringing during this time to avoid any duplicates.11:15-11:50 -- Culture Share These are “centers” where each child learns more about their classmate’s culture. Each center is led by students who volunteered to share song, arts and crafts, games, or story.