Westfield Public Schools’ Fourth Annual Café Cultural recently held at Westfield High School included more than 400 participants who experienced a taste of different cultures. Fifth Grade students participating in the district Spanish program were invited to display projects at the event as well as share a favorite recipe.
In addition to displays of students’ projects, which describe themselves and their daily routines, cafeterias were filled with ethnic music and food. The students and parents who attended the event provided all of the tasty and interesting cultural food. Spanish teachers Lisa DeSousa, Elise Brunhofer, Gonzalo Gonzalez-Vazquez and Michelle Roig, along with the District Supervisor of World Languages and English Language Learners Dr. David Greer, were proud to share the successes of their students during the event.
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