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Pico Canyon Elementary School To Hold International Night

Pico Canyon Elementary School To Hold International Night

Pico Canyon Elementary School plans to hold an International Night for students and their families Friday, Newhall School District officials announced Wednesday.


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International Night gives students and their families the opportunity to celebrate their heritages and cultures with colorful displays, according to a news release by Newhall School District.

The event is for students from all grades and the school has given all 980 of their students the chance to participate or attend, according to the news release.

Attendees will get to visit a variety of displays and learn about each country’s culture, arts and food.

There will also be live performances of cultural dances, songs and music.

The event is scheduled for 5-7 p.m. Friday in the multi-purpose room at Pico Canyon Elementary School, located at 25255 Pico Canyon Road in Stevenson Ranch.

For more information about Pico Canyon Elementary School, click here.


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Source: Santa Clarita News
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Melissa became a staff writer at KHTS AM-1220 following her internship in the newsroom. She has been writing news and feature stories for the KHTS website since February 2014. After receiving her bachelor's degree in English from the University of California, Santa Barbara, Melissa moved back to Santa Clarita to begin her professional writing career. She has published feature stories in "The Signal" newspaper and College of the Canyons' "Cougar News" and formerly worked as a freelance animal welfare writer for an online publication. In her spare time, Melissa enjoys volunteering at animal rescues and working on her blog, All Things Animal Rescue LA/SCV. In November 2014, she finished writing her first fiction novel and hopes to publish it someday.