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Screen_Shot_2014-03-21_at_7.55.56_PMThe sights, sounds, smell and attires of many children engaged in Cultural Day was quite a vista for many parents and the public today at the San Jose Nuevo Palmar Roman Catholic School. Students of nine schools across Orange Walk Town participated in the Culture Day as they came dressed up in the different ethnic groups that make up Belize. On display were several stalls depicting the culture of the various ethnic groups, highlighting their food, custom and tradition. The attire of the students included those of Mestizo, Garifuna, Mennonite, Hindu, Creole, and Chinese.


“Today we had cultural day and students are being expose, this is stimulation month, they get to know what are the different cultures in Belize and they really enjoy it because there were different kinds of presentations and they get the experience and it was very good, very nice.”

Maria Novelo – Reporter

“Is this a singular event on observation on stimulation month, have you been doing other activities?”


“They have had many more, they have had like visiting important places in our town, we have had different types of activities which helps them to stimulate.”

Maria Novelo – Reporter

“What have been the participation and the feedback of the students have they been enjoying these activities?"



“Well, yes because everyday parents have been telling me that they get up in the morning and they ask me what are we going to do today, what is next, where are we going, what activity are we going to have and they really enjoy it and when we have a normal class they get inside the classroom and the speak about it they are better to answer to the questions better and they get to relate what we did on the activity and just speak fluently about what we have been doing.”

The day saw the participation of the Yo Creek, San Lazaro, Trial Farm, Chan Pine Ridge, Guardian Angel, August Pine Ridge, Carmen's and Palmar Pre-School.

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