LEARNINGProvincetown’s Middle Years Students Celebrate Their Place in the Global Community Photos by Marian RothBy Marian Roth Oct 31, 2019 Leave a Comment Andres Vida, global citizen and Provincetown MYP student, stands amid the lineup of the world’s flags. Devroy James steps out as the march of the flags begins on United Nations Day in Fishermen Hall at the Provincetown Schools on Oct. 24. The day is celebrated at International Baccalaureate Schools around the world. Toni-anne Fraser, left and Alexis Lloyd join their Middle Years Program classmates in recognizing the global community Provincetown is part of. Ava Desmarais, left, and Summer Ann Christie, behind their flags. “The students don’t have a specific connection to the flags they carried,” said Principal Timothy Reynolds. Instead the day is meant to explore what it means to be “internationally minded.” Emma Enos holds a flag familiar to all the students. U.N. Day is celebrated to mark the anniversary of the official declaration of the United Nations. Carolione Lovati Brown flashes a smile next to the United Nations banner, meant to bring together people from all countries. This page is available to subscribers. Click here to sign in or get access.