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May 29, 2013

Holy Cross Catholic School students show off their dancing skills and colorful costumes during the May 10 World Cultures Program at the school. Students created their costumes in art class and each costume represented a different country, ranging from   Mexico to Sudan to France to India and more. During social studies, students learned about the culture and history of their assigned country.

 

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