Sock challenge

Dear School community, EISB Parents Association would like to invite all of You as Parents, Students as well Teachers to join following event:

March 21 is World Down Syndrome Day. WE can also express our symphaty and support for people with this disease by wearing socks of different colors or sizes. The symbol of different socks reminds us that we are all different, but at the same time this is exactly what makes our world more colorful and beautiful. On this day, two different socks are worn to celebrate human uniquiness. The call is aimed at all those who want to show solidarity and support to people with Down syndrome and their families. Different socks have become a symbol because the chromosome has the shape of sock. The date of March 21 is also symbolic, because people with Down syndrome have one more chromosome 21 (instead of two, they have up to three). This genetic disorder is technically called chromosome 21 trisomy.

Dear EISB Community, please send us some photos taken by on this special day ( Sunday, March 21) to eisb.pa.event@gmail.com and we will display in our next article how much you are on the same wave of colorful fellowship.

We highly appreciate your interest, involvement and kind support. Thank you!

Your EISB PA Board

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