¡Qué divertido! Hispanic Heritage Month was Sept. 15th to October 15th. We had a lot of fun celebrating and learning about Hispanic culture here at Hope Academy! Some of our highlights included learning Spanish worship songs in chapel, reading Esperanza Rising in 5th grade (A story about a Mexican family that immigrates to the US) and reading Waiting for the Biblioburro (About a man in Columbia who delivers library books via donkey to various villages) in 3rd grade! Some Lower School students even sang “Las Mañanitas” as a surprise for Luz Maria on her birthday! Upper School researched different Hispanic scientists in Mr. Quiggle’s class and our PSEO Spanish students made a special Hispanic Heritage Month bulletin board! Our Mom’s Spanish Bible Study also started on Friday mornings. Click ‘Read More’ for some fun pictures!