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HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA, January 25, 2017– OVSD celebrates the Vietnamese New Year, also called the TET holiday, with students and families on Friday, February 3, at Star View Elementary School in Midway City. Held each year at the start of the lunar calendar, Star View’s TET Festival is a much-anticipated opportunity for the community and school to honor Vietnamese traditions, such as the Dragon Dance, which is performed beautifully by Westminster High School students. Traditional clothing and music will be featured. Grade-level presentations begin at 8:50 a.m. and continue throughout the morning. At 11 a.m., Westminster High School students will perform the traditional Dragon Dance, followed by a fashion show. The day concludes at 1 p.m. with a first grade activity in which students enjoy games and other TET activities. Family members are encouraged to bring cameras/video recorders and li xi for the Dragon Dance. Star View Principal Carrie Haskin says, “Wear your ao dai!” The TET Festival takes place at Star View Elementary School, which is located at 8411 Worthy Lane in Midway City.

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