FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 24, 2019
CATHOLIC SCHOOL “CARNAVAL” TO MARK HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
Students also to wear jeans as “Denim Day” raises funds for Breast Cancer Research
The Diocese of Brooklyn today is announcing that St. Nicholas of Tolentine Catholic Academy will host a “Carnaval” to mark National Hispanic Heritage Month at the school tomorrow, Friday, October 25, 2019, beginning at 10:00 a.m., located at 80-22 Parsons Boulevard, in the Jamaica section of Queens.
Parents have volunteered to donate food, to create a school food festival for the students, representing cuisines from various Hispanic countries. There will also be brief presentations made to teach the students about the different cultures through lessons about countries including Mexico, Peru, Argentina and Colombia, as well as lessons about a specific dish and dances of Hispanic origin. There will also be student artwork on display which celebrating the Hispanic culture.
Additionally, the school will host “Denim Day” tomorrow, where students will wear jeans and raise money for breast cancer research. Mr. Robert Lowenberg is the Principal of St. Nicholas of Tolentine Catholic Academy.
Members of the media are invited to attend. To confirm your attendance, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.