National Spanish Honor Society

April 28, 2016

We were honored to be invited to this ceremony for our granddaughter Jana.

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El Colegio Manheim Central presenta La Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica Capitulo la Sabiduria Ceremonia de Iniciacion

Translation: Manheim Central High School presents the National Spanish Honor Society, Wisdom Chapter Induction Ceremony

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DSC_0682We learned that Jana’s Spanish name is Josefina.

DSC_0690With her parents – Jere and Kristen

DSC_0693With Cerwin and me

DSC_0697Setting up the snack table

DSC_0702Her brothers (Ian, Jesse, and Jared) and mom waiting for the auditorium doors to open.

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DSC_0712We enjoyed a series of slides while waiting for the program to begin. This picture and the next one are from a recent trip to New York City.

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DSC_0716A school project

DSC_0721The Spanish National Anthem was played while the students entered the room.

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DSC_0725The entire program was conducted in Spanish with the English translation on the screen. That was nice for those (like us) who do not understand Spanish.

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DSC_0789With her Spanish teacher

DSC_0795With two of her friends

DSC_0791Enjoying the snack

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DSC_0800I liked this view of everyone from outside the building when we were leaving for home.

4 thoughts on “National Spanish Honor Society

  1. This was such a happy post. All children should learn two languages. Some schools in San Franciso teach a Chinese and then teach in Chinese. Kids can do it.

    Wow, wonderful photos of the great celebration.

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