This year, the Grade 12's organized and ran
a school bazaar to raise funds for grad and
also for charity. At the bazaar this year,
there was a food court. There were different
types of coffee shops and restaurants such
as Cinnabon, Azmir, and Jamango's. Some
students made their own food and sold it.
There was also an ice cream shop and also
traditional tea and deserts.
In the gym, there was a program for kids and
teens with rap performers, dancers and a
clown along with his monkey. Some students
sold brightly colored handmade bracelets.
Other tables had sun glasses, hair clips and
other jewelry for sale.
There were 16 soldiers from the local
battalion who came to help out with security
at the bazaar. Also, some of the grade 12
students patrolled the perimeter to make
sure no one jumped over the walls to avoid
going through the main gate. The kids'
entertainment part of the bazaar included a
4 meter high castle slide, a train ride, a
popcorn machine, and a face painting booth.
A lot of work went into making the bazaar
successful. But the hard work paid off and
it was enjoyed by all and went very
smoothly. Grade 12 students also spent hours
cleaning up afterwards. When classes resumed
on Monday morning, there was no evidence of
the big event that had taken place just
twelve hours before. (Submitted by the Grade