International Day at William Fleming High School
Posted on 11/20/2017
Four William Fleming students standing in front of an "International Day" yellow bannerRoanoke City Public Schools believes our diversity is a source of strength.  There may be no better example than the annual International Day at William Fleming High School.  Over a two day period, all Fleming students participate in the school's own version of a World Fair.

There are more than 30 countries currently represented at William Fleming.  It is a chance for English Language Learners (ELL) to showcase their cultures through education, food, and dance.

This is a great way for Fleming students to learn about different cultures and better understand one another.  This year, ELL students from Stonewall Jackson Middle School also participated in International Day. 

Fleming student holding a poster of the Jamaican flagFleming student dancing in the gym at the International DayA group of Fleming teachers showing off the different ethnic foods offeredFleming student pointing to a poster of the Honduras flag

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