The Moon festival of Vietnam, the first major holiday of the school calendar year, came and went already. The kids had been preparing this event since the second week of classes. Its a holiday with folklore and family traditions. I think it sums hope the historical legends of Vietnamese history with a touch of magic. Think of it like a cross between Christmas and Memorial day in the US.
School has been well underway and the fun is in full swing. After schools activities have taken control of the school. Boys basketball and volleyball, gardening club, board games and the Sunbear Sound are all at maximum occupancy.
The start of the new school year was much smoother than last year. We had 150 new students! Our total student number increased by about 60 students. Many students graduated or left to go to school in the US. Its hard to retain these students for their entire high school career, but we wish them the best. Here are a few photos of our Moon Festival
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