On the occasion of this great celebration and knowing how important it is for children to share a day full of costumes and lots of fun, last Monday, October 31, the celebration of "Children's Day" took place.
As every year in the Transition to Sixth grades, an internal contest was held to choose the best costume that would represent the course in the grand finale, at the General Library Gabriel Carreño Mallarino. There, the atmosphere was dressed as superheroes, soccer players, police and army personnel, pirates; even Nairo Quintana himself was present, who also won as the best costume in the Transition to Third category (See photo gallery). (View photo gallery)
The seventh through eleventh grades also joined in and actively participated in this contest. This one was useful with its already recognized "House of Terror", where the joy of the day turned into a scary face with high doses of adrenaline. But we cannot leave behind the teachers who, with their excellent make-up and costumes, also had the opportunity to compete.
Congratulations to all students and teachers for their excellent costumes.
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