Camelback Desert School showcases studies during Cultural Fair


Camelback Desert School, located in Scottsdale, celebrated it’s 11th annual Cultural Fair on Oct. 13, where students exhibited their studies on various cultures.

Students ranging in age from 2-years-old through the fourth grade showed off their studies of various states, countries, and cultures for parents and guest visitors, according to a press release.

Many of the classrooms showcased authentic artwork, food, costumes and music. Each classroom sang and performed songs from the culture they were studying for their guest visitors.

Students took visitors from classroom to classroom requiring a CDS Passport to be stamped when entering each new state or country.

Additionally, the elementary students found various ways to incorporate technology into their learning by creating brochures and computer presentations to showcase their studies.

This annual event is open to the public. Visit to see upcoming dates for future events located at the school.

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