Here in BSI, we continue celebrating Black Ethnicity Month. Last Friday, May 20th, we had Braid Day, in which teachers and students both enjoyed showing their hairstyles. This Monday, May 30th, we have the last day of celebration, which is the official Black Ethnicity Day. Again, both teachers and students will have the opportunity to bring their themed outfits, and also participate in different activities allusive to the rich and diverse Afro descendant culture in America. We invite you all to bring your traditional outfits and take part in this wonderful celebration!