Noche Hispana


Folklorico dancers performing at Niche Hispana Picture Credits: Arianna Urias

The Spanish Honor Society hosted its biggest event of the year, Noche Hispana. This yearly event brings students and families together to celebrate Hispanic heritage month. Maria de Angeles Espinosa WCHS Spanish teacher coordinates this event along with Andrea Salazar, president of the Spanish Honor Society both share the importance of this event.

“This event is celebrating hispanic culture. It is put on by the Spanish Honor Society. The whole motto of them is spreading the Spanish language and the culture,” said Salazar.

“It’s an event for students and families to experience our culture. Includes food, language, music by embracing it and feeling proud of it,” said Espinosa.

Various activities were hosted including live music, folklorico dancers, loteria, food vendors, map challenges bringing joy for all.

“If it weren’t for the members this wouldn’t be happening. They are the ones running the games, activities, and food. My job is to lead them to make sure everything is running smoothly. It is a team effort with everyone,” said Salazar