ISO goes Green
by Daniel Burke
The primary student council arranged a terrific event for our school this March. They ran workshops all morning for the children, such as a treasure hunt, an escape room, making green cookies, as well as making green slime. Year 3 taught year 4 how to play Gaelic Football (the national sport of Ireland) and everybody dressed in green to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. For anyone who is unaware, St. Patrick’s Day is a celebration of St. Patrick, who is the patron saint of Ireland. St Patrick’s day is celebrated all around the world as well, with huge parades in New York and Chicago. Many countries also pay tribute to the Irish celebration by turning their monuments or rivers green for the da
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