Casvi wishes you a Merry Christmas!

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Casvi wishes you a Merry Christmas!

Casvi International American School celebrates the most awaited time of the year. As an American international school, once again this year we join in the celebration of this holiday by performing American Christmas traditions.

Thanksgiving is the kickoff of the most emotional time of the year in the United States. After the traditional lighting of the National Christmas Tree located around the White House, a time of celebration in style begins. At Casvi International American School, as an American international school, once again we wanted to join all the typical traditions of this period. Decoration of Christmas doors, Christmas Christmas Christmas contest, and Christmas festival. There have been multiple activities. Following all the health protocols, the students have developed an open mind. With each of the activities, they have met new cultures, and have learned that Christmas is more than pure consumerism.

Thanks to the work of the native teachers, and fulfilling one of the IB attributes, the students have shown solidarity, empathy and respect in a time where illusion and magic are the protagonists.

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Christmas Activities at Casvi

Christmas door Contest

With this activity, the students proved to be creative. Thanks to the design and drawing classes, they decorated all the doors of the center with Christmas motifs.

Santa Claus is coming to Casvi

One of the American traditions is to celebrate the arrival of Santa Claus. So he came to Casvi to surprise all the students. Each one of them gave him their best wishes for the new year 2022.

Christmas Card Contest

To continue developing their IB profile attributes, Casvi students designed their own Christmas Christmas. Laura from Grade 10 was the winner this year. 

Christmas Festival

With all the sanitary measures in place, Casvi students were able to enjoy the traditional Christmas festival. Without an audience, with masks and hand disinfection and hygiene, the students sang, danced and enjoyed the end of the school year.