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Spanish club promotes different culture

El Club de Espanol means The Spanish Club

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El Club de Espanol means The Spanish Club

Emily Glover, Writer

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Out of the many clubs and organizations of LCM, the Spanish Club stands out because of the different cultural aspects it teaches students. Although the club is somewhat new and is only in its second year, it has acquired 25 members who are strongly dedicated to learning the knowledge of a foreign subject and truly wanting to not only pick up on a different language, but also a different perception of a different art.

In order to be a member in the Spanish Club, students must have an 80 or above in their current Spanish class or prior Spanish class and may not have any discipline issues or write-ups. Lastly, students have to attend at least three meetings a semester and participate in all fundraisers and club activities. The meetings are currently held once a month in Spanish teacher Sandra Warren’s room (D-15).

“Students should want to join the Spanish Club for the camaraderie and the cultural aspects,” Warren said.

The Spanish Club is led by Warren and Spanish teacher Jackeline Vidal. Warren said she is very fond of spending time with her family and friends while still having a passion for shopping. While the Club is on its second year, Warren has been a sponsor for a year and a half.

“My favorite part about sponsoring this club are the students and getting to know them better outside of the classroom,” Warren said.

The purpose of the Spanish Club is to further the members’ love of the Spanish language and introduce them to different aspects of the Hispanic culture through food, arts, and entertainment. As being in the club, students will speak some Spanish in the meetings and at some of their outings. The club has many upcoming events as fundraising for their organization in order to attend a cultural flamenco dance show in February and opportunities for other cultural field trips.

“My favorite part of teaching are the daily interactions with the students that truly want to learn the Spanish language and seeing them progress throughout the year,” Warren said. “I love my job!”

 

 

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