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Mayatan students and staff celebrate Children’s Day with some wholesome activities. Check out out photos from the day!
Here are a few more photos from Día del Niño. These were taken on the Mayatan campus, where primary school students had a traditional celebration full of games, cake, candy, piñatas, and fun. Meanwhile, as secondary school English teacher Alexa von der Embse writes, the secondary school kids were off to neighborhoods to give local [...]
Holiday! One of many in Honduras, and the first one we’ve been able to celebrate with our students, El Día del Niño (Children’s Day) is a rather important celebration throughout the country. All around town, kids wear their favorite outfits (sparkly pants, dresses, shirts) and eat bombones and dulces (suckers and candies). There are piñatas for sale everywhere, [...]
Today is Día del Niño in Honduras, or Children’s Day, a national holiday that complements Mother’s Day and Father’s Day in celebration of the family. While the older Mayatan students went off to bring fun to younger kids in the aldeas, Mayatan pre-K, kindergarten, and primary school students spent Día del Niño at school in [...]
Today is Día del Niño in Honduras, or Children’s Day, a national holiday that complements Mother’s Day and Father’s Day in celebration of the family. This year, Mayatan’s secondary school students did something different than play games, smash piñatas, and eat cake. In demonstration of their maturity, our older grades celebrated the holiday by bringing [...]