Fourth of July BBQ

To celebrate the Fourth of July, Branford Academy went all out! Diana closed the school for two hours, in order to give students and faculty a chance to commemorate and enjoy the holiday. The Fourth of July, also known as Independence Day, is a federal holiday which commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, which happened on July 4th, 1776. This holiday is commonly associated with barbecues, so Branford Academy followed suit!

A barbecue grill was rented and brought to Branford Academy, where everyone worked together to put a colorful and delicious picnic together! The food was mostly American and Puerto Rican, and everyone contributed a signature dish of their own. Some students brought dishes that were especially memorable including: Julisa’s husband brought homemade flan, Sarai brought rice and pecans, and Angelica brought Spanish chicken!

WIth all of the contributions from Diana’s amazing students, the Fourth of July picnic went off without a hitch, and everyone had a wonderful time!

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