Spanish Club & Spanish Honor Society
Advisors: Ana Maniago, German Rueda
The Spanish Club provides Spanish students the opportunity to use Spanish outside the classroom and to learn more about the Hispanic culture. Trips are taken to see Spanish movies and plays, performances of Spanish and Latin American dancers and musicians, and to dine at Spanish and Mexican restaurants. For example, the Spanish Club visited the MoMA in New York City, where we enjoyed master pieces of Diego Rivera, the famous Mexican muralist. We ended the day having a nutritious traditional lunch in a Mexican restaurant in Manhattan. Lately, we had our 9th dancing trip, right after a dancing lesson with professional instructors, we had our lunch; a buffet full of Colombian and Argentinian foods in a local restaurant in Dover. Right after lunch we had time to practice our dance moves!!! We had fun dancing and spending time as a group.
SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY
Spanish Honor Society is a group for those who show deep interest in the Spanish language. It is an honor to be in the society for a student must be inducted to become a member. It is mandatory for students to have a grade of at least an A in six marking periods in a Spanish class to become a part of and to be able to stay in the Spanish Honor Society. Members of the Spanish Honor Society get to use their abilities in helping their peers by tutoring the ones in need of Spanish help. They also have the opportunity to go on field trips and have fun.
Felicitaciones a los nuevos miembros de la
SOCIEDAD HONORARIA HISPANICA