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Fall Festival 2022: Embracing Community
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On November 5th, 2022, the HIS community rediscovered what Husky culture is and explored their creative side through the Fall Festival.

 

Fall Festival 2022

Embracing Community

Words: Kiyo Shichida & Yeeun Hong

Photos: Kate James, Kiyo Shichida, Omar Kassem


On Saturday, November 5, 2022, parents and children participated in festivities at HIS. From 10 am to 2 pm, the HIS community held a Fall Festival, with various activities available at student-managed booths.

Secondary students rediscovered their creative talents by designing and making activity booths for elementary school students. After a month of preparations, the secondary students’ booths had bracelet-making, games like “splat a bug,” "bottle flip," tarot cards, Texas Hold'em, and more. 

The fourth-floor gym was dedicated to food and music culture, with food booths offering flavors from various cultures, including Korean, Canadian, and Chinese. From noon to 1 pm, students performed for the attending visitors, playing musical instruments and singing. During this event, many HIS students rediscovered what it meant to be a Husky, through exploring their creative side and experiencing the mix of cultures unique to HIS. 

HS Jazz Band Performs

Elementary Sings

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