Spanish students bring Hispanic Heritage month to Robinson
September 22, 2016
Hispanic Heritage month is back again, lasting through Oct. 15. During this time, Robinson’s Spanish classes will be celebrating the Hispanic culture both in and out of the classroom.
Activities will be included in lunches and after school until Oct. 15, and all students are invited to take part. Posters created by the students in Spanish classes can be seen throughout the halls and in the library.
“Hispanic Heritage Month is where we honor culture and traditions of people that have roots in nations of Central and South America also in the Caribbean,” Spanish teacher Enedy Robles said.
Emily Bowlin contributed to this story.
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