Celebrating International Women's Day

Celebrating International Women's Day
Jeff Lewis

On Friday, March 9th, the 4th Grade, along with the rest of the elementary, celebrated International Women's Day in Seisen's gym.

On Friday, March 9th, the 4th Grade, along with the rest of the elementary, celebrated International Women's Day in Seisen's gym. The performance started with dancers from "morning movement" dancing to the song "Teamwork":

The 4th graders then enjoyed a few performances from other grades, and the celebrations was finished with the 4th graders back on stage, dancing to the song "We Are Beautiful":

The 4th graders enjoyed the celebration immensely. Risako T. said: "Since it was my first time, it was interesting, new, and wonderful." According to Yuzuki, "This was my fourth time to celebrate Women's Day, but it was the best one so far!" Chloe mentioned, "It was fun and exciting dancing in front of so many people!" 

 

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