International Festival was a beautiful celebration of Quest’s diversity. Quest families set-up tables for the Quest community to learn about different countries. Table activities included a Denmark black licorice tasting, learning how to draw Japanese and Chinese characters, experiencing items from Pakistan, playing chess at the Indian table. Food from Denmark, Bulgaria, the Philippines, Ecuador, Mexico, Brazil, India and China. Everyone walked away with new knowledge from experiential learning.
The stage show was an opportunity for Quest students to showcase their talents from traditions all around the world. Performances included: Japanese taiko drumming with Paige Timpe, Bulgarian dance troupe with Elizabeth Markese, the Indian drum tabla with Shaarav Bhatt, Indian classical/Bollywood dance with Maanya Haldwania, a Bollywood dance lesson with Parul Cheriyan and a Mexican dance with Ahtziri Diaz. The whole audience got involved with the dances for Bulgaria, India and Mexico. It was a joyous occasion to see the Quest community trading their knowledge and traditions. Parent Student Association organized the event, and the tradition is slated to run every other year.
Kindergarten Information Session
Saturday, March 5th, 2022
10:00am - 11:00am
Educators say that a positive Early Learning experience is critical to every child's advancement in school and in life. For Gifted Children, specialized early learning is even more critical to establishing patterns for later growth.
To learn how gifted children differ in their need for special education and how they can be stimulated by trained educators, join us at our Virtual Kindergarten Information Session.