Are you ready to ‘jump up’ and have some fun?? James B. Sanderlin K-8 IB World School PTSA will host our Annual Cultural Celebration Thursday, December 1, 2022 from 6 to 8 PM. As an internationally-minded school, we annually highlight and commemorate different countries around the world.
This year our staff, students and parents have decided together to celebrate The Caribbean Islands. Through an inquiry-based teaching and learning approach, we will host activities where parents will experience learning in the same environment as their students.
The event will feature our Annual Parade of Nations where our students dress in traditional clothing from their culture. It will also highlight the culinary, art, music, literary and musical contributions of The Caribbean Culture throughout the evening.
In addition to our dinner, to help raise funds for the school, we will host a silent auction in support of the many activities, initiatives, and programs at Sanderlin. We are grateful for your support of this special event and all of these activities and look forward to seeing you there.
6:00 PM – Doors Open – Let the celebration begin!
6:00 PM – Parade of Nations Participants Arrive &
Meet in the Theater Room (Near PE Court Doors)
6:15 PM – Parade of Nations @ the Globe Theater
6:00 – 6:40 PM – DINNER SECTION A (Red Ticket)
7:00 – 7:40 PM – DINNER SECTION B (Blue Ticket)
7:30 PM – Kitchen Closes / Final Sales by 7:50
8:00 PM – Event Close & Breakdown
A Taste of The Caribbean Dinner Menu
$10 Adult | $7 Youth | $7 Teacher
Rice and Peace/Peas (White Rice + Gandules Beans)
Chicken Skewers (Sauces: Jerk, Barbecue, Curry)
Curried Potato and Channa/Chickpeas
Additional Food Stations – $5 Donation
Aloo Pie (Light Flour Pocket Stuffed with Potato) An aloo pie is a fried dumpling popular in the cuisine of Trinidad and Tobago. It is a soft, fried pastry made from flour and water, and filled with boiled, spiced and mashed potatoes and other vegetables like green peas or chana dal.
Phoulourie (Light Flour Wrap with Curried Channa (Curry + Potatoes + Chickpeas) Snack food of Indo-Caribbean origin that is commonly eaten in Trinidad and Tobago as well as in Guyana, Suriname and other parts of the Caribbean. It consists of fried, spiced spilt pea and flour dough balls that are served with a chutney.
Musical Performance Schedule
(Located in the cafeteria)
1st grade – 6:30 – 6:45 PM
3rd grade – 7:00 – 7:15 PM
4th grade – 7:30 – 7:45 PM
Our silent auction items are open for bidding now! You will place an online bid on the item you wish to win, only paying for that item if you win.
Secure your win by opting in to receive text alerts if you’re outbid on an item.
Keeping the Fun in Fundraiser
Please keep in mind that while this event is a fundraiser, dinner tickets and other donations are not required to attend.
We want to see our school community engaged and flourishing! Let’s share our love of life-long learning as we celebrate other nations and create lasting memories for our students.
💚 Your presence is more than enough to make our world go ’round. 💙