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Nutter Fort Students Celebrate Chinese New Years
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on February 15, 2013 @ 7:49PM
Created on February 15, 2013 @ 5:49PM
Some kids at Nutter Fort Primary School got to take a trip around the world Friday morning without even leaving their school.

The second graders celebrated the Chinese New Year. They learned about Chinese traditions, Kung Fu and lucky coins. They were also part of a parade.
This isn't the first time they were introduced to Chinese culture. For four years, the school has had Chinese guest teachers. They also have two teachers who teach the Chinese language to the second graders all year.

Hong Shu is the Chinese guest teacher this year. She brought some of her stuff in to show the students during the celebration.

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