There have been fantastic events district-wide during Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15 - Oct. 15.
But it's not over yet!
At Princeton High School, the second annual Hispanic Heritage Assembly was a huge hit with students. Music, dancing, and songs were just part of the fun on assembly day. After the assembly the students participated in a series of activities organized by fellow students. Activities included learning how to dance, karaoke, temporary tattoos, a photo booth, Latin-American trivia, soccer and more.
Meanwhile, the excitement is building for El Día De Los Muertos. An exhibition just opened in the Numina Gallery.
The focal point is a El Día De Los Muertos altar. Also part of the exhibit are authentic works, artifacts, textiles, clothing, ceramic pieces, as well as skull drawings from Studio Art courses at PHS. This was a fantastic partnership between World Languages and the PHS Art Department.
To continue the celebration in November. Check out the Spanish food offerings in the cafeteria!