Molloy celebrates the diversity of its students
by Jason Cohen
Apr 02, 2014 | 1083 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Archbishop Molloy High School over the weekend hosted its 34th annual International Day, a celebration of the cultural diversity of the students and the Queens community at large through the sampling of homemade ethnic cuisine and entertainment.

Teacher Lou Santos founded the event, and said the school was not quite as diverse three decades ago when it started. Each year, the event has grown and not only excites students and faculty, but alumni as well.

Principal Thomas Schady arrived at the school five years ago and is amazed at how many people participate in the program.

“I had never experienced anything like this,” said Schady.

Teacher Sabina Kaminsky, who attended the school as a child, coordinates the performances

“The kids love to perform,” she said “They put their heart into it.”

Margo Lopez, 17, has attended the event before, but this year as a member of the French Club served French food.

“It’s just awesome because everyone gets together and everyone’s performing,” Lopez said.

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