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    annanaran

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    Spanish Club

    Post  annanaran on Wed Oct 07, 2009 6:16 pm

    Every Wednesday during lunch in room F5, the snacks are set out, games like Spanish scrabble are opened up ready to be played, and a diverse group of AHS students get ready for a lunch filled with Spanish excitement. Yes, if you have not already guessed the Spanish Club is ready for another year of mucho fun at Arcadia High. If you simply love playing games, interacting with other students, eating tasty foods, and you share an interest in the Spanish culture and language, then the Spanish club is right for you! There are no prerequisites for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish, and even students not taking Spanish a course are welcome to join.

    Spanish club meetings are filled with delicious snacks and great fun and games. When talking about the Spanish Club Lauren Hanna, the president of the club mentioned that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish. She continued by saying, “We will try using Spanish every now and then but actually some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” She then added, “I am personally going to try to speak at least basic Spanish because I am also not very fluent.” Lauren also said that this year they are going to start serving chips and salsa at every meeting and once a month there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a different Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language such as Scrabble and hangman will be played during club meetings. Spanish movies will be shown and student and adult speakers will be invited to come in and talk to the club about topics pertaining to Spanish culture.

    There are a variety of field trips planned for the clubs. Lauren commented, “We also do outside activities,” for example, “going to watch a movie in Spanish in a theater,” or “going to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.”

    The Spanish Club is even setting up two upcoming events that will be held on campus “el dia de los muertos and las posadas.” El dia de los muertos is basically a Halloween celebration. Las posadas is a Christmas event in which all of F hall is celebrating Christmas. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity for example dancing or singing.

    The Spanish club is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world or even to meet people who just want to eat, play games, and have some fun. With help from the Spanish advisor Senior Brown the club is able to run successfully. Currently there are about 30 students that are involved in the Spanish Club. For more information on the Spanish Club email them at: spanishclubarcadia@gmail.com.

    lenakalemkiarian

    Posts : 166
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Spanish Club

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Sat Oct 10, 2009 3:47 pm

    Every Wednesday during lunch in room F5, the snacks are set out, games like Spanish scrabble are opened up ready to be played, and a diverse group of AHS students get ready for a lunch filled with Spanish excitement. Yes, if you have not already guessed the Spanish Club is ready for another year of mucho fun at Arcadia High. If you simply love playing games, interacting with other students, eating tasty foods, and you share an interest in the Spanish culture and language, then the Spanish club is right for you! There are no prerequisites for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish, and even students not taking Spanish a course are welcome to join.

    Spanish club meetings are filled with delicious snacks and great fun and games. When talking about the Spanish Club [,] Lauren Hanna, the president of the club [,] mentioned that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish. She continued by saying, “We will try using Spanish every now and then but actually some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” She then added, “I am personally going to try to speak at least basic Spanish because I am also not very fluent.” Lauren also said that this year they are going to start serving chips and salsa at every meeting and once a month there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a different Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language [,]such as Scrabble and hangman [,] will be played during club meetings. Spanish movies will be shown and student and adult speakers will be invited to come in and talk to the club about topics pertaining to Spanish culture.

    There are a variety of field trips planned for the clubs. Lauren commented, “We also do outside activities,” for example, “going to watch a movie in Spanish in a theater,” or “going to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.”

    The Spanish Club is even setting up two upcoming events that will be held on campus “el dia de los muertos and las posadas.” El dia de los muertos is basically a Halloween celebration. Las posadas is a Christmas event in which all of F hall is celebrating Christmas. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity for example dancing or singing.

    The Spanish club is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world or even to meet people who just want to eat, play games, and have some fun. With help from the Spanish advisor Senior Brown[,] the club is able to run successfully. Currently [,]there are about 30 students that are involved in the Spanish Club. For more information on the Spanish Club email them at: spanishclubarcadia@gmail.com..

    annanaran

    Posts : 51
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Spanish Club

    Post  annanaran on Mon Oct 12, 2009 7:06 am

    Rock and Roll with Espaňol
    Every Wednesday during lunch in room F5, the snacks are set out, games like Spanish scrabble are opened up ready to be played, and a diverse group of AHS students get ready for a lunch filled with Spanish excitement. Yes, if you have not already guessed the Spanish Club is ready for another year of mucho fun at Arcadia High. If you simply love playing games, interacting with other students, eating tasty foods, and you share an interest in the Spanish culture and language, then the Spanish club is right for you! There are no prerequisites for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish, and even students not taking Spanish a course are welcome to join.

    Spanish club meetings are filled with delicious snacks and great fun and games. When talking about the Spanish Club, Lauren Hanna, the president of the club, mentioned that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish. She continued by saying, “We will try using Spanish every now and then but actually some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” She then added, “I am personally going to try to speak at least basic Spanish because I am also not very fluent.” Lauren also said that this year they are going to start serving chips and salsa at every meeting and once a month there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a different Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language, such as Scrabble and hangman, will be played during club meetings. Spanish movies will be shown and student and adult speakers will be invited to come in and talk to the club about topics pertaining to Spanish culture.

    There are a variety of field trips planned for the clubs. Lauren commented, “We also do outside activities,” for example, “going to watch a movie in Spanish in a theater,” or “going to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.”

    The Spanish Club is even setting up two upcoming events that will be held on campus “el dia de los muertos and las posadas.” El dia de los muertos is basically a Halloween celebration. Las posadas is a Christmas event in which all of F hall is celebrating Christmas. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity for example dancing or singing.

    The Spanish club is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world or even to meet people who just want to eat, play games, and have some fun. With help from the Spanish advisor Senior Brown the club is able to run successfully. Currently, there are about 30 students that are involved in the Spanish Club. For more information on the Spanish Club email them at: spanishclubarcadia@gmail.com.

    annanaran

    Posts : 51
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Spanish Club

    Post  annanaran on Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:09 pm

    Every Wednesday during lunch in room F5, the snacks are set out, games like Spanish scrabble are opened up ready to be played, and a diverse group of AHS students get ready for a lunch filled with Spanish excitement. Yes, if you have not already guessed the Spanish Club is ready for another year of mucho fun at Arcadia High. If you simply love playing games, interacting with other students, eating tasty foods, and you share an interest in the Spanish culture and language, then the Spanish club is right for you! No prerequisites are needed for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish, and even students not taking a Spanish course are welcome to join.

    Spanish club meetings are filled with delicious snacks and great fun and games. When talking about the Spanish Club Lauren Hanna, the president of the club mentioned that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish. She continued by saying, “We will try using Spanish every now and then but actually some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” She then added, “I am personally going to try to speak at least basic Spanish because I am also not very fluent.” Lauren also said that this year they are going to start serving chips and salsa at every meeting and once a month there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a different Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language such as Scrabble and hangman will be played during club meetings. Spanish movies will be shown and student and adult speakers will be invited to come in and talk to the club about topics pertaining to Spanish culture.

    There are a variety of field trips planned for the clubs. Lauren commented, “We also do outside activities,” for example, “going to watch a movie in Spanish in a theater,” or “going to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.”

    The Spanish Club is even setting up two upcoming events that will be held on campus “el dia de los muertos and las posadas.” El dia de los muertos is basically a Halloween celebration. Las posadas is a Christmas event in which all of F hall is celebrating Christmas. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity for example dancing or singing.

    The Spanish club is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world or even to meet people who just want to eat, play games, and have some fun. With help from the Spanish Club advisor Senior Brown the club is able to run successfully. Currently there are about 30 students that are involved in the Spanish Club. For more information on the Spanish Club email them at: spanishclubarcadia@gmail.com.

    lenakalemkiarian

    Posts : 166
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Spanish Club

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:22 pm

    Every Wednesday during lunch in room F5, the snacks are set out, games like Spanish scrabble are opened up ready to be played, and a diverse group of AHS students get ready for a lunch filled with Spanish excitement. Yes, if you have not already guessed[,] the Spanish Club is ready for another year of mucho fun at Arcadia High [AHS]. If you simply love playing games, interacting with other students, eating tasty foods, and you share an interest in the Spanish culture and language, then the Spanish club is right for you! No prerequisites are needed for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish, and even students not taking a Spanish course are welcome to join.

    Spanish club meetings are filled with delicious snacks and great fun and games. When talking about the Spanish Club[,] Lauren Hanna, the president of the club[,] mentioned that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish. She continued by saying, “We will try using Spanish every now and then but actually[,] some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” She then added, “I am personally going to try to speak at least basic Spanish because I am also not very fluent.” Lauren also said that this year they are going to start serving chips and salsa at every meeting and once a month[,] there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a different Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language such as Scrabble and hangman will be played during club meetings. Spanish movies will be shown and student and adult speakers will be invited to come in and talk to the club about topics pertaining to Spanish culture.

    There are a variety of field trips planned for the clubs. Lauren commented, “We also do outside activities,” for example, “going to watch a movie in Spanish in a theater,” or “going to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.”

    The Spanish Club is even setting up two upcoming events that will be held on campus “el dia de los muertos and las posadas.” El dia de los muertos is basically a Halloween celebration. Las posadas is a Christmas event in which all of F hall is celebrating Christmas. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity for example [such as] dancing or singing.

    The Spanish club is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world or even to meet people who just want to eat, play games, and have some fun. With help from the Spanish Club advisor[,] Senior Brown[,] the club is able to run successfully. Currently[,] there are about 30 students that are involved in the Spanish Club. For more information on the Spanish Club email them at: spanishclubarcadia@gmail.com.

    annanaran

    Posts : 51
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Spanish Club

    Post  annanaran on Mon Oct 12, 2009 9:19 pm

    Every Wednesday during lunch in room F5, the snacks are set out, games like Spanish scrabble are opened up ready to be played, and a diverse group of AHS students get ready for a lunch filled with Spanish excitement. Yes, if you have not already guessed, the Spanish Club is ready for another year of mucho fun at AHS. If you simply love playing games, interacting with other students, eating tasty foods, and you share an interest in the Spanish culture and language, then the Spanish club is right for you! No prerequisites are needed for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish, and even students not taking a Spanish course are welcome to join.

    Spanish club meetings are filled with delicious snacks and great fun and games. When talking about the Spanish Club, Lauren Hanna, the president of the club, mentioned that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish. She continued by saying, “We will try using Spanish every now and then but actually, some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” She then added, “I am personally going to try to speak at least basic Spanish because I am also not very fluent.” Lauren also said that this year they are going to start serving chips and salsa at every meeting and once a month, there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a different Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language such as Scrabble and hangman will be played during club meetings. Spanish movies will be shown and student and adult speakers will be invited to come in and talk to the club about topics pertaining to Spanish culture.

    There are a variety of field trips planned for the clubs. Lauren commented, “We also do outside activities,” for example, “going to watch a movie in Spanish in a theater,” or “going to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.”

    The Spanish Club is even setting up two upcoming events that will be held on campus “el dia de los muertos and las posadas.” El dia de los muertos is basically a Halloween celebration. Las posadas is a Christmas event in which all of F hall is celebrating Christmas. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity such as dancing or singing.

    The Spanish club is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world or even to meet people who just want to eat, play games, and have some fun. With help from the Spanish Club advisor, Senior Brown, the club is able to run successfully. Currently, they're about 30 students that are involved in the Spanish Club. For more information on the Spanish Club email them at: spanishclubarcadia@gmail.com.

    lenakalemkiarian

    Posts : 166
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Spanish Club

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Mon Oct 12, 2009 9:24 pm

    hey! im going to copy edit this tm if thats ok. i still have some homework to do.
    sorry and thanks!

    annanaran

    Posts : 51
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Spanish Club

    Post  annanaran on Tue Oct 13, 2009 7:23 pm

    Every Wednesday, a diverse group of AHS students gather in room F5 for a lunch filled with Spanish games and delicious foods. Field trips, the occasional guest speaker, and the monthly potluck meals are what all students in the Spanish Club anticipate. The Spanish Club is ready for another year of mucho fun at AHS. No prerequisites are required for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish, and even students not taking a Spanish course are welcome to join.

    Spanish Club meetings are filled with tasty snacks and great fun and games. The president of the club, a senior, Lauren Hanna, mentioned that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish. She continued “We will try using Spanish every now and then, [however] some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” Snacks like chips and salsa are going to be served at every meeting and once a month, there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language such as Scrabble and hangman will be played during club meetings. Occasionally, there will be a student or adult speaker who will be invited to come in and talk to the club about topics pertaining to Spanish culture.
    The Spanish club also participates in on campus and off campus activities. Two upcoming events that will be held on campus are: “El Dia de los Muertos and Las Posadas.” El Dia de los Muertos is basically a Spanish style Halloween celebration. Las Posadas is a Christmas event in which all of F hall will be celebrating Christmas. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity, such as dancing or singing. In addition, off campus activities are also planned such as, “going to watch a movie in Spanish in a theater, [or] going to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.”


    With help from the Spanish Club advisor, Señor Brown, and a group of student officers: the president, Lauren Hanna; the vice president, Aisha Elmasri; the ICC Representative, Shivangi Tandon; the historian, Ri Lwin; and the secretary, Sherry Kuo, the club is able to run successfully. Currently, they're about 30 students involved in the Spanish Club. Joining the Spanish club is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world or even to meet people who just want to eat, play games, and have some fun.

    lenakalemkiarian

    Posts : 166
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Spanish Club

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Wed Oct 14, 2009 11:52 am

    Every Wednesday, a diverse group of AHS students gather in room F5 for a lunch filled with Spanish games and delicious foods. Field trips, the occasional guest speaker, and the monthly potluck meals are what all students in the Spanish Club anticipate. The Spanish Club is ready for another year of mucho fun at AHS. No prerequisites are required for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish, and even students not taking a Spanish course are welcome to join.

    Spanish Club meetings are filled with tasty snacks and great fun and games. The president of the club, a senior, Lauren Hanna, mentioned that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish. She continued[,] “We will try using Spanish every now and then, [however] some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” Snacks like chips and salsa are going to be served at every meeting and once a month, there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language[,] such as Scrabble and hangman[,] will be played during club meetings. Occasionally, there will be a student or adult speaker who will be invited to come in and talk to the club about topics pertaining to Spanish culture.
    The Spanish club also participates in on campus and off campus activities. Two upcoming events that will be held on campus are: “El Dia de los Muertos and Las Posadas.” El Dia de los Muertos is basically a Spanish style Halloween celebration. Las Posadas is a Christmas event in which all of F hall will be celebrating Christmas. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity, such as dancing or singing. In addition, off campus activities are also planned such as, “going to watch a movie in Spanish in a theater, [or] going to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.”


    With help from the Spanish Club advisor, Señor Brown, and a group of student officers: the president, Lauren Hanna; the vice president, Aisha Elmasri; the ICC Representative, Shivangi Tandon; the historian, Ri Lwin; and the secretary, Sherry Kuo, the club is able to run successfully. Currently, they're about 30 students involved in the Spanish Club. Joining the Spanish club is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world or even to meet people who just want to eat, play games, and have some fun.

    annanaran

    Posts : 51
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Spanish Club

    Post  annanaran on Wed Oct 14, 2009 4:23 pm

    Every Wednesday, a diverse group of AHS students gather in room F5 for a lunch filled with Spanish games and delicious foods. Field trips, the occasional guest speaker, and the monthly potluck meals are what all students in the Spanish Club anticipate. The Spanish Club is ready for another year of mucho fun at AHS. No prerequisites are required for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish, and even students not taking a Spanish course are welcome to join.

    Spanish Club meetings are filled with tasty snacks and great fun and games. The president of the club, a senior, Lauren Hanna, mentioned that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish. She continued, “We will try using Spanish every now and then, [however] some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” Snacks like chips and salsa are going to be served at every meeting and once a month, there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language. such as Scrabble and hangman, will be played during club meetings. Occasionally, there will be a student or adult speaker who will be invited to come in and talk to the club about topics pertaining to Spanish culture.
    The Spanish club also participates in on campus and off campus activities. Two upcoming events that will be held on campus are: “El Dia de los Muertos and Las Posadas.” El Dia de los Muertos is basically a Spanish style Halloween celebration. Las Posadas is a Christmas event in which all of F hall will be celebrating Christmas. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity, such as dancing or singing. In addition, off campus activities are also planned such as, “going to watch a movie in Spanish in a theater, [or] going to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.”


    With help from the Spanish Club advisor, Señor Brown, and a group of student officers: the president, Lauren Hanna; the vice president, Aisha Elmasri; the ICC Representative, Shivangi Tandon; the historian, Ri Lwin; and the secretary, Sherry Kuo, the club is able to run successfully. Currently, they're about 30 students involved in the Spanish Club. Joining the Spanish club is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world or even to meet people who just want to eat, play games, and have some fun.

    annanaran

    Posts : 51
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Spanish Club

    Post  annanaran on Wed Oct 14, 2009 9:25 pm

    Spanish inspired fun for all can be found every Wednesday during lunch in room F-5. Games, Spanish snacks, occasional potlucks, and guest speakers are all a part of the agenda for the 2009-2010 Spanish Club. The Spanish Club is ready for another year of mucho fun at AHS. There are no prerequisites required for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish, and even students not taking a Spanish course are welcome to join.

    Spanish Club meetings are filled with tasty snacks and great fun and games. The president of the club, senior Lauren Hanna, mentioned that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish. She continued, “We will try using Spanish every now and then, [however] some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” Snacks like chips and salsa are going to be served at every meeting and once a month, there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language, such as Scrabble and hangman, will be played during club meetings. Occasionally, there will be a student or adult speaker who will be invited to come in and talk to the club about topics pertaining to Spanish culture.

    The Spanish Club also participates in on campus and off campus activities. Lauren explained that there are going to be two upcoming events that will be held on campus titled: “El Dia de los Muertos and Las Posadas.” El Dia de los Muertos is basically a Spanish style Halloween celebration which will take place in the cafeteria. Las Posadas is a Christmas event which will be celebrated in all of F-Hall. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity, such as dancing or singing. Off campus activities are also planned for the year. The club plans to attend a Spanish film and to go out to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.

    One of the new freshman club members, Sue Wang shared her thoughts on why she wanted to join the club, “I’m interested in the club because I take Spanish. I joined to learn more about the culture.” Likewise, sophomore Tayler Novotney also joined to learn more about the culture; however she also stated that the club helped her out with Spanish class. The vice president, senior Aisha Elmasri enthusiastically expressed that, “The Spanish Club is legit!”

    With help from the Spanish Club advisor, Señor Brown, and a group of senior student officers: the president, Lauren Hanna; the vice president, Aisha Elmasri; the ICC Representative, Shivangi Tandon; the historian, Ri Lwin; and the secretary, Sherry Kuo, the club is able to run successfully. Currently, they're about 30 students involved in the Spanish Club. Joining the Spanish Club is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world or even to meet people who just want to eat, play games, and have some fun.

    lenakalemkiarian

    Posts : 166
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Spanish Club

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Wed Oct 14, 2009 11:36 pm

    Spanish inspired fun for all can be found every Wednesday during lunch in room F-5. Games, Spanish snacks, occasional potlucks, and guest speakers are all a part of the agenda for the 2009-2010 Spanish Club. The Spanish Club is ready for another year of mucho fun at AHS. There are no prerequisites required for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish, and even students not taking a Spanish course are welcome to join.

    Spanish Club meetings are filled with tasty snacks and great fun and games. The president of the club, senior Lauren Hanna, mentioned that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish. She continued, “We will try using Spanish every now and then, [however] some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” Snacks like chips and salsa are going to be served at every meeting and once a month, there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language, such as Scrabble and hangman, will be played during club meetings. Occasionally, there will be a student or adult speaker who will be invited to come in and talk to the club about topics pertaining to Spanish culture.

    The Spanish Club also participates in on campus and off campus activities. Lauren explained that there are going to be two upcoming events that will be held on campus titled: “El Dia de los Muertos and Las Posadas.” El Dia de los Muertos is basically a Spanish style Halloween celebration which will take place in the cafeteria. Las Posadas is a Christmas event which will be celebrated in all of F-Hall. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity, such as dancing or singing. Off campus activities are also planned for the year. The club plans to attend a Spanish film and to go out to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.

    One of the new freshman club members, Sue Wang[,] shared her thoughts on why she wanted to join the club, “I’m interested in the club because I take Spanish. I joined to learn more about the culture.” Likewise, sophomore Tayler Novotney also joined to learn more about the culture; however she also stated that the club helped her out with Spanish class. The vice president, senior Aisha Elmasri[,] enthusiastically expressed that, “The Spanish Club is legit!”

    With help from the Spanish Club advisor, Señor Brown, and a group of senior student officers: the president, Lauren Hanna; the vice president, Aisha Elmasri; the ICC Representative, Shivangi Tandon; the historian, Ri Lwin; and the secretary, Sherry Kuo, the club is able to run successfully. Currently, they're [there are] about 30 students involved in the Spanish Club. Joining the Spanish Club is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world or even to meet people who just want to eat, play games, and have some fun.

    annanaran

    Posts : 51
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Spanish Club

    Post  annanaran on Thu Oct 15, 2009 12:12 am

    Spanish inspired fun for all can be found every Wednesday during lunch in room F-5. Games, Spanish snacks, occasional potlucks, and guest speakers are all a part of the agenda for the 2009-2010 Spanish Club. The Spanish Club is ready for another year of mucho fun at AHS. There are no prerequisites required for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish, and even students not taking a Spanish course are welcome to join.

    Spanish Club meetings are filled with tasty snacks and great fun and games. The president of the club, senior Lauren Hanna, mentioned that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish. She continued, “We will try using Spanish every now and then, [however] some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” Snacks like chips and salsa are going to be served at every meeting and once a month, there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language, such as Scrabble and hangman, will be played during club meetings. Occasionally, there will be a student or adult speaker who will be invited to come in and talk to the club about topics pertaining to Spanish culture.

    The Spanish Club also participates in on campus and off campus activities. Lauren explained that there are going to be two upcoming events that will be held on campus titled: “El Dia de los Muertos and Las Posadas.” El Dia de los Muertos is basically a Spanish style Halloween celebration which will take place in the cafeteria. Las Posadas is a Christmas event which will be celebrated in all of F-Hall. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity, such as dancing or singing. Off campus activities are also planned for the year. The club plans to attend a Spanish film and to go out to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.

    One of the new freshman club members, Sue Wang, shared her thoughts on why she wanted to join the club, “I’m interested in the club because I take Spanish. I joined to learn more about the culture.” Likewise, sophomore Tayler Novotney also joined to learn more about the culture; however she also stated that the club helped her out with Spanish class. The vice president, senior Aisha Elmasri, enthusiastically expressed that, “The Spanish Club is legit!”

    With help from the Spanish Club advisor, Señor Brown, and a group of senior student officers: the president, Lauren Hanna; the vice president, Aisha Elmasri; the ICC Representative, Shivangi Tandon; the historian, Ri Lwin; and the secretary, Sherry Kuo, the club is able to run successfully. Currently, there are about 30 students involved in the Spanish Club. Joining the Spanish Club is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world or even to meet people who just want to eat, play games, and have some fun.

    katetrinh

    Posts : 31
    Join date : 2009-08-31

    FINAL COPY

    Post  katetrinh on Fri Nov 06, 2009 12:43 pm

    CLUB PROFILE: SPANISH CLUB

    Spanish-inspired fun for all can be found every Wednesday during lunch in room F-5. Games, Spanish snacks, occasional potlucks, and guest speakers are all part of the agenda for the ‘09-’10 Spanish Club. There are no prerequisites for joining the club; students taking Spanish 1 to AP Spanish and even students not taking a Spanish course are welcome to join.

    The president of the club, senior Lauren Hanna, explained that the club’s meetings are not conducted in Spanish, although they “will try using Spanish every now and then; [however] some of the officers do not even take Spanish.” Snacks like chips and salsa are served at every meeting and once a month there will be a potluck featuring a cultural meal from a Spanish-speaking country. Games that incorporate the Spanish language, such as Scrabble and hangman, are played during club meetings. Occasionally, student or adult speakers are invited to talk to the club about Spanish culture.

    The Spanish Club also participates in on-campus and off-campus activities. Lauren announced that there will be two upcoming events held on campus: El Dia de los Muertos and Las Posadas. El Dia de los Muertos is a Spanish Halloween-like celebration that will take place in the cafeteria, while Las Posadas is a Christmas event celebrated in all of F-Hall. Each room in the hall is dedicated to a certain activity, such as dancing or singing. Off-campus activities are also planned for the year. The club plans to watch a Spanish film and go out to dinner in a restaurant nearby that has a mariachi show.

    One of the club members, freshman Sue Wang, shares, “I’m interested in the club because I take Spanish. I joined to learn more about the culture.” Likewise, sophomore Tayler Novotny also joined for the same reason; however, she also stated that the club helps her learn Spanish. Senior Aisha Elmasri, vice president, enthusiastically expressed, “Spanish Club is legit!”

    With the help of Spanish Club advisor Señor Brown and a group of senior student officers, the club is able to run successfully. Currently, there are about 30 students involved in the Spanish Club. Joining is a great way to meet other people interested in the culture and language of the Spanish world or even just to eat, play games, and have some fun.

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