Via and Nashville Cabanez at “French Day” at the park.

On May 18, the three GCCISD high schools shared one last celebration together before the end of this academic year to practice and promote the French language. 

The Goose Creek Memorial French Honor Society, Lee and Sterling French clubs organized a picnic for friends and family to enjoy refreshments, fresh fruit, games, food and more. During the day, several tournaments were held and prizes were given to award those who took first place in soccer, Pétanque, sack race, video games, and tug of war. Parents did a fantastic job in volunteering by helping and cooking around 300 burger patties and over 100 hotdogs for students and guests. Few students also offered face painting for the little ones.

A whopping 115 people attended the picnic, marking a successful end of year celebration.

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