The first International Potluck Dinner hosted by the Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Spanish National Honor Societies and the Interact Club was a wonderful success! Thanks to all who planned, participated and attended, sharing delicious foods, celebrating the clubs accomplishments, welcoming Rotary's International District Governor and the President of the Matthews Rotary Club for the Interact Club presentation, learning more about the Lenoir Rhyne Language Competition and "My America" stories, ending the evening with the FILA dance presentation and "das rote Pferd" dance competition. If you didn't get to attend this year, plan on attending 2017!
Celebrate with the Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Spanish National Honor Societies and Interact Club students and families a fun evening sharing international potluck foods (Large Cafeteria) with the "My America" book presentation, Lenoir Rhyne Language Competition German and French presentations, Honor Society end-of-year reviews (Media Center), FILA Dance presentation, German Club Schuhplattler (dance) competition and yearbook signing. Please rsvp (potluck dish and number attending) using any of these Sign-Up Genius links by Monday, May 16.
Spanish Honor Society and guests:
German Honor Society and guests:
French Honor Society and guests:
Japanese Honor Society and guests:
Chinese Honor Society and guests:
Interact Club and guests:
Collinswood, Waddell or Oaklawn 8th grade students and parents - please rsvp to email@example.com.
International Dinner Campus Map (park in the bus lot)
慶祝! Participer aux festivités! Feiern! 祝う! Tener alegría!
APRIL 29, 2016 BY COURTNEY SCHULTZ LEAVE A COMMENT
Japanese language students of south Charlotte and the surrounding area gave community members a learning experience on April 19 for Japanese Day and Fourth Annual Fureai.
The day included a collaborative presentation from students ranging from kindergarten to college age from South Mecklenburg High School, E. E. Waddell Language Academy, West Mecklenburg High School and UNC Charlotte, among others.
The Japanese Teachers Association of Charlotte has hosted an annual event each year for about the past 15 years, according to Mayako Hamrick, a Waddell Japanese immersion kindergarten teacher.
Guests enjoyed activities, such as sumie, origami, Kendama and 3D puzzles, along with sign and playing with the Koinobori with the Swimmy Project.
Students also presented various presentations, including a Taiko performance and a kimono wearing demonstration. South Charlotte Weekly
Parent Advisory Council members as well as SMHS WLM Magnet Coordinator and Department Head keeping our parents and students informed.