Tannahill Intermediate invited families to explore countries, foods and cultures from around the world during Cultural Night on April 30.
The hallways became destinations across the globe including Australia, where students and families could take their photo with a giant shark head and walk under swimming turtles while surrounded by coral and bubbles.
Other stops included Southern Africa and Northern Europe, where teachers invited them to English Tea and biscuits, and treats like pancakes with apples slices were served during the visit to Switzerland, Austria, and the Netherlands.
Individuals could try Sage Tea from the Grasslands and learn about the government and history of South America under swinging vines and jungle creatures.
Visitors were also treated to delicacies from France, Italy, Spain and Greece including French bread, grapes and pizza bites. And, they learned the history of the American hot dog and about Egypt's mummified apples.
Students created displays celebrating China, Japan and Korea, and families were able to sip pineapple drinks and enjoy the kids' hand-made flowers of Puerto Rico.