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Jovan Brafman, 4, left, represented Russia, Scarlett Demmerle, 4 took on the role of Gemany, and AJ Velasco, 4, represented Japan.
Cultures on display at Community Nursery School
By Stapha Charleme
Courtesy Sue Marra
Each student had his or her own country to portray during the show.

The Community Nursery School of Baldwin hosted an international show on May 22, highlighting its culturally diverse students. The young performers wowed the crowd, which were comprised of relatives, when they showcased various traditional attires from around the world. Parents also contributed to the night’s success by bringing desserts from the different countries their children represented on stage.

The children were part of the school’s four-year-old enrichment program and will be graduating on June 12 before moving on to Kindergarten. According to the school’s website, the program was developed to help kids make a seamless transition from “a half-day program to a full-day program with as little anxiety as possible.”


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