Father's Day here is in March and Mother's Day the same as in the States, so to avoid doing a program for each so close together, we combined them into one Family Day Program.
Each class did something, a dance, a song, or something, and it went really well. It was held at the Lion's Club.
The first picture is the principals creative way to hang up the large banner. He tied a full bottle of water to the rope that was tied to the banner and threw it up and over the rafters. It took a long time and a few trials before he finally got it, and then they decided that because of the wind it wasn't in a good spot, so after trying to place it for about 30 minutes, it was no good and they had to move it, behind the basketball backboard, but hey, only in Honduras (we use that saying a lot!)
Two pics of bright costumes dancing: 1st grades doing a traditional Honduran dance in traditional costumes. The two girls for a close up of the dress. The kids in one long line are my 2nd graders showing posters they drew and painted of their families and said what they love most about their family.