Students in Mrs. Sara Price’s Spanish II class made projects to illustrate aspects of Latino holidays. Pictured are three examples of their creativity. Olivia Fortune chose to research El Día de la Independencia de Panamá. She brought in a yuca cake. Sophomore classmate, Caroline Krouse, made a decorated Barbie cake to represent the traditional last doll given on a Quince, with a fancy dress and cake to celebrate the birthday theme. Madison Atkins chose to feature Día de los Muertos and brought in a cake decorated like a sugar skull. All three were proud to share their creations with their fellow classmates.