International Program – April 20, 2013, 1PM-2:45PM

International Day Program:

  • “National Anthem”
  • India “Saraswati Vandana” dance Performed by Anoushka Mathur, Anoushka Ritwik
  • USA: De La Salle Cheerleaders
  • Latin America: song performed by Vidal Vallela
  • Sweden: ballet performed by Charlotte Chesters and Chloë Still
  • Ireland: Celtic song performed by Mikki Longo
  • USA: tap dance performed by Hailey Davies and Rebecca Frank
  • USA: “I won’t give up “song and dance performed by Bailey Murphy, Taylor Tebbe, Anissa Moses
  • Ireland: traditional dance by Mrs. Jan Gunter’s students
  • United Kingdom: Dub Step by Dominick Bioc
  • United Kingdom: Imagine” song performed by Caitlin Chesters
  • France: “La Croisade des Enfants” song performed by la classe de Madame Charlene, Audubon Charter
  • USA: “What’s love” dance performed by Cavalettes
  • Japan: song performed by Alex Boudloch
  • USA: Unicycle performance by International School students
  • Korea: De La Salle Band
  • Africa: “We are One” De La Salle choir
  • Scotland: Bag pipes performed by Mr. Nusloch
  • USA: “Help is on the way” Gregory Jacob
  • Italie: Deh Vieni, Non Tardar” Antonia Odeh
  • Spain: Flamenco performed by Maria Gómez, Valentina Carillo and her students Isabella Brown and Chloë Still
  • USA: song performed by Alexes Aiken
  • Middle East, USA, Columbia: “Beautiful Liar” dance performed by De La Salle Cavalettes
  • China: Chinese Lion Dance performed by Versailles Lion Dance
  • Canada: Silks by Amy Tracy
  • New Orleans:  Finale:



Special thanks to:  The Cavalettes, The Cheerleaders, Mr.Pray and the Band, Mr. Collins,Mr. Nusloch,, Miss Pizanie, Mrs. Mathur, Miss Calder, the faculty, the administrators for their support, all our guest performers especially Amy Tracy, Versailles Lion dance, Mrs. Gunter and her students, Miss Ryhner and her students from International School ,la classe de Madame Charlene from Audubon Charter, and most of all the maintenance team for all their help. 

Madame Gravel would like to thank her wonderful friends: Julie Brown, Flo Snow, and Janine Stryjewski for all their help and support.


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