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Multicultural Activiities

Student-Choreographed Performances

1/11/17

PG Drum Line

Chinese Lion Dance

Polynesian Hula

Latinos Reaching Goals - Salsa, Trival, Cumbia

Filipino Rap

Polynesian Haka

New Zealand Haka

No Purpose - Breakdancing

Tahitian Duo

Hmong

Ukulele

Soul Purpose - Traditional African Dance

more

Multicultural Week 2017

Multicultural Week 2017

Thank You...

The Multicultural Assembly & Activites Committee

 

Logo - Ekaterina Antimirova (12th grade - DMA)

Scheduling - Mrs. Bjorgum (Math Department Chair)

Supervision & Planning - Mrs. Shoop (AVID/ELA Teacher)

Organization & Logisitics - Mrs. Scheile (Registrar), Mrs. Avilla (Admin Assistant), Mrs. Clark (Administrator)

Activities -  Dalena Ragland, Destiny Willis, Hannah Quientero (12th grade - AVID)

Performance Leaders:

Chinese Lion Dance - Andy Nguyen

Filipino Rap – Xavier Schaefer

Haka - Jason Jamelo

Hmong - Emely Vang

LRG - Lizabeth Reyes

No Purpose - Kyle Bonaficio

PGHS Percussion - Mr. Souliere

Poly - Jennalynne Lanquindanum

Soul Purpose - Mrs. Dewald-Davis

Tahitian - Justin Van 

Ukelele - MinhThao Nguyen

 

 

Purpose!

The Multicultural Assembly is tradition at Pleasant Grove high school since 2009.

The eight PGHS celebration of our diverse student body and staff is quickly approaching...Wednesday, January 18th!

 

 

The Multicultural Assembly highlights eleven student-choreographed performances! At PG we are able to provide our 2500+ students with the opportunity to appreciate diversity, while minimizing the impact on our compacted instructional time!

 

As always, we strive to address our 4 “R’s” of Rigor, Relevance, Respect and Relationships as decisions are made on the use of time. The multicultural assembly provides a conduit to reinforce the respect of other cultures while building relationships among and between the people of diverse cultures that exist on our campus. We believe you will find this assembly to be a very worthy endeavor to reach those two ends.