Catholic School Continuing Tradition from 1953

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Incarnate Word Academy is continuing a tradition that began in 1953. It is the 66th Annual “A Little Bit of Mexico”.

In the production, students from Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade as well as alumni and other guest dancers perform a variety of Mexican folkloric dances. Today the school unveiling a poster for the event.

Michael Camarillo, Principal, “We had the unveiling of our 66th Annual “Little Bit of Mexico” poster that is an annual tradition. Our campus has prepared itself for the last few weeks leading up to February 24 to our presentation that will be taking place at the TSC Fine Arts Center.”

The highlight of the program features two eighth graders who will perform the traditional highlight finale, “El Jarabe Tapatio,” from the state of Jalisco, accompanied by a mariachi. They were selected from among the best dancers in the eighth grade at Incarnate Word Academy.

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