Students helped to make and serve the many
delicious foods on offer.
Nakorn Payap International School held a booming International Day on
Saturday, February 4, 2012 that featured food and booths from around the
From South American to Indian, French,
Swiss (the fondue was popular!) American, British, Taiwanese and Korean, it
seems the only continent not represented was Africa!
NIS is located on the second ring road
and has students from around the world, all classes are taught in English
and the school focuses on not only strong academic achievement but in
helping students to integrate and learn in a multicultural environment. NIS
holds their International Day every year, and this year proved to be very
popular as kids swarmed the area in costumes playing games, doing learning
activities and munching on a wide variety of foods
girl joined her sari clad mother at the India booth.
dressed in national costumes, these girls were at the Korea booth.
and daughter dressed in the summer kimono or yukata for NIS’ International