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Bienvenidos: Spanish students host the first annual Latin American Cultural fair

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In the hallway next to the cafeteria, booths were set up with colorful decorations and bold flags. Spanish classes made “La Feria Cultural,” a Latin American culture fair, which represented México, Honduras, Cuba, Argentina, Guatemala, and Colombia. The fair opened March 7th after school and closed on Friday the 9th. Classes split into groups, researching…

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Rebelde with a cause: Students watch telenovela to practice Spanish

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It is a Tuesday morning and Viviana Jaimes (11) walks to her 1st period AP Spanish class, minutes after finishing the 15th episode of the telenovela Rebelde. To improve her spanish, Jaimes has decided to watch a new TV show in Spanish called Rebelde, (Rebel in English), during her free time in order to try…

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Swing and a hit

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As a coach, Mr. Ruiz is a jack of all trades. He coaches volleyball and while he may not coach basketball, softball, golf, baseball, or tennis he knows how to play all these sports and more. He took up golf when he found nothing “interesting to do” in the small town of Eagle Pass and…

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