Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas!

We had a wonderful Christmas Concert at FIS on December 17th, 2020! Though we missed our FIS Families, our students and FIS staff ensured that the spirit of Christmas was lively and joyful. We began by displaying our students’ beautiful “Candyland” inspired Christmas art in front of our school. Students were dressed in their Christmas colors and prepared for their performances! As students joined our “Sweet Christmas” area filled with giant candies and a beautiful Christmas tree decorated by our 5th Graders, the energy began and we could hear reindeer from afar. Students were entertained by a beautiful duet performed by 5th graders, Anna and Bianca. Their performance warmed up the upcoming acts. All grades performed their magical performances and truly put joy in everyone’s hearts. Ms. Chantal and Principals gave a speech about the importance of charity work. Students then gave their donations and felt happy that they were helping the less fortunate. Thank you, students! Later we were surprised by a fun performance by our teachers and our academic director, Mr. Jorge. Ms. Olive lit up the stage as Mariah Carey, and students’ smiles said it all: they absolutely loved it. We ended our day by doing “Secret Santa” at our FOSCO Store. Each class picked out names and bought a gift for a fellow classmate. They later wrapped gifts and exchanged. The Christmas magic was very much alive and we know that students will remember this Christmas forever. Merry Christmas FIS Families and Happy New Year! We look forward to a more prosperous 2021.

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