The Pinwheels for Peace initiative takes place every year on September 21st, the International Day of Peace. This initiative strives to make a visual, public statement about peace. Each of our students designed a pinwheel that was then placed on our front lawn. The bonus of a windy day really helped our pinwheel display to shine. Prayers were said for peace and our chapel service featured speakers from each grade level sharing original essays on what peace means to them. We used the International Day of Peace to kick off our International Week celebration. Students learned about their own heritage and about different cultures around the world.