The Green Hope Falcon

Club Feature: Spanish

Sonia Rao, Staff Writer

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Green Hope High School is home to a plethora of different clubs where students are able to try new things and meet people who share the same interests.  Spanish club, which meets every Monday during first half of lunch in Mod 1 Room 6, is a club where members can learn about Hispanic culture and Spanish-speaking countries through fun activities.  This past week, the club put a twist on classic Halloween traditions by painting pumpkins with flags of Hispanic countries.  The pumpkins are currently on display in the media center.  Club President Brittney Gonzalez agreed to an interview with FNF.

What motivated you to join Spanish club?

My older sisters have always been very involved with Spanish club when they were in high school, and that motivated me to experience it myself.   My favorite part about the club is getting to know new people and planning activities with them.

What are some other activities you have planned for the rest of the year?

We just finished voting on our t-shirts, and I plan to include anyone who’s interested to learn more about the rich culture of all the Spanish-speaking countries.

Who can join Spanish Club?

Anyone who’s interested can join Spanish club – you don’t have to speak Spanish to join!

About the Writer
Sonia Rao, Editor-in-Chief
Sonia Rao is a senior at Green Hope High School and the editor-in-chief for The Falcon. In her free time she loves to read and play ultimate frisbee— which she does for three different teams! She hopes to find herself at UNC Chapel Hill next year, double majoring in journalism and business or journalism and...
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Club Feature: Spanish