October 16, 2017
By Kelli Gile, WVUSD Office of Community Resources
WALNUT, CA--Westhoff Elementary families got a chance to sample foods from around the world during a Culture Fair held Friday, October 13.
The school’s Community Club hosts the annual food fest with parents, students, and teachers coming together to celebrate the diversity of the many cultures represented at the school.
A total of 16 different nations were represented at decorated booths with music, artifacts, and lots of delicious, authentic food.
Westhoff students proudly dressed in clothing representing their heritage marched in a parade.
Many also provided entertainment during the free event with nearly 1,000 in attendance.
“We are so thankful to all our parents and extended family members who work so hard putting this event together,” said Principal Denise Rendon.
“It’s one of my favorite nights of the school year!”
Westhoff Elementary families sample foods from around the world during the Culture Fair held on Oct. 13.
Board Members Cindy Ruiz, Layla Abou-Taleb and Helen Hall join Westhoff Elementary School’s annual Culture Fair on Oct. 13.
Traditional Lion Dance! Westhoff Elementary Principal Denise Rendon kicks off Culture Fair.
Westhoff students join parade during annual Culture Fair on Oct. 13.