On Thursday, January 17, 2019, from 6 – 8PM, our school will be hosting the Annual International (Potluck) Dinner Night. RSVPs are now closed.
It has been tradition for families to bring a dish that spotlights their cultural heritage. If you already responded, we encourage you to bring an international dish, or a dish you love to make and share! Please create a label for your dish that lists the ingredients to accommodate those with allergies.
We also invite you to share some history about your culture or dish. We have a robust program planned including a parent giving a presentation on immigration issues, 2 student groups and a solo dancer performing. Jaya Ramji-Nogales, who is a law professor at Temple and an expert on international immigration (and also a Masterman mom), has agreed to be our speaker! We also have student couples from the junior class dancing salsa and merengue, Masterman’s Desi Organization of South Asians performing to a 3-minute song and Laura Shin a 10th grader performing a Korean Fan Dance.
We also have games and other activities planned.
We are looking forward to seeing you all there!
Michelle H. Brown-Nevers, Chair
and the MHSA Social Committee
Date: 01/17/2019 (Thu.)
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm EST
Masterman School Cafeteria
Dana Dawson We will be bringing chicken chili verde
Helena Boone Fried chicken
Liz Law Spanish chicken stew
Jaya Ramji-Nogales Black beans and roast chicken
Angie Romero Pica dillo- Cuban
Nonoy Vildoso (25) Seco de Carne (peruvian stew beef)
19 slots filled - more available
CHINYEAKA NWOKO (15) jollof rice
Senait Araya (2)
Hayat Adem The dish is called Misir and it is made with lentils and spices and shoulld be eaten with rolls of Injera which is a flatbread that si supposed to be dipped in the Misir. (this is vegetarian)