Hundreds of students, parents, teachers and community members gathered in the Arts and Recreation Centre where the countries of the world were divided into 13 regions, with each region assigned to a booth that displayed the countries and cultures it represented. This year the theme of the event was ‘World Traveler’ and the Arts and Recreation Centre was turned into the ‘CIS International Airport,’ and was decorated with signs and arrows directing people where to check in and collect a passport to be stamped at the various destinations/booths. The students, along with their teachers, coordinated and decorated the booths to display the artifacts, costumes, national symbols, and foods from each region.
Students at Cayman International School celebrated the various countries of the world with its annual ‘International Day’ on Nov. 17.
The Arts and Recreation Centre was turned into an international airport for Cayman International School’s International Day.