The purpose of the Spanish Club is to provide the opportunity to our students to expand their knowledge on our Spanish Culture and bring something extra of the Spanish-speaking world into our classes. Indeed, it will bring a completely new aspect of the Hispanic culture and traditions to student's lives through activities at school, cultural trips (dances), and celebrating Spanish traditions.
Presidente: Madison Mingione
Vice-Presidente: Hannah Gotto
Secretaria: Matthew Klein
Tesorero: Faith Kapp
Must be enrolled in a Spanish class, or have successfully completed a Spanish class.
Set at the First Meeting
Noted in the Student Planner
Primary Pinata Bash: September 26, 2016 (SV PTO Fanfest)
Spanish club attended the PTO Fanfest and had pinatas for the SV preschoolers and elementary students.
Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos): Month of November
November 1 marked the beginning of the Hispanic Holiday Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, which combines the Christian feast days of All Saint's Day and All Soul's Day. This Mexican-American holiday celebrates the lives of our dearly departed.
The advanced Spanish classes placed a modified Ofrenda, or offering altar, in the gym lobby, complete with paper candles. Anyone was welcome to add their beloved, if they wish to write their name or names on a candle and add it to the display.
Tamalera for Nochebuena: Early December
Three King's Day: January 6, 2016
Marking the beginning of the carnival
Cinco de Mayo: May 5, 2017
Pinata and Limbo Club Party