Easter Day at PennSchool
Colorful eggs and lovely bunny costumes are the main theme at PennSchool on Easter Day this year.
Easter Day is one of the most important traditional occasions in Western culture, especially for Christians. Happened in late March or early April, Easter is also a “welcoming-Spring” festival, which is a symbol of budding and expressing the “revival” after a long Winter.
An integral part of the traditional Easter is finding and decorating eggs which were scattered throughout classrooms and campus. The egg decoration also brings many different auspicious meanings, depending on what colors the eggs are. Red symbolizes good luck, Blue represents hope, Yellow expresses wisdom, or Orange shows power.
In addition to being “explorers” to hunt eggs, Eagles also participated in a creative festival with many exciting and thrilling activities. There were the Egg-periment for dyeing eggs, observing interesting chemical interactions in Egg the Bath Bomb, joining a fun carnaval or designing bunny masks.
Participating in typical activities of prominent holidays around the world is a great opportunity for Eagles to better understand the traditional culture in different countries, aiming to become global citizens, confidently integrating with the world.
PennSchool wishes all House of Eagles members and family a happy, joyful, and meaningful Easter.
HAPPY EASTER, EAGLES!