Spanish Honor Society offers tutoring

National Spanish Honor Society is hosting tutoring sessions on Monday and Wednesday mornings from 8 a.m. to 8:25 a.m. in the media center, coordinated by club sponsor Alexandra Stewart.

“I wanted to give the Spanish Honor Society kids a chance to earn community service hours as well as give lower level Spanish classes an opportunity to learn,” Stewart said.

Gathering club members has been a struggle throughout the pandemic due to limited communication, especially for the previous school year trying to have club meetings. Nevertheless, the members are working on projects and events to bring the club back together.

“We live here at the school. This is what we do,” Stewart said. “In my personal opinion, beautifying part of the campus that most of my students use would be the best option.”

In the works, is a complete rejuvenation of the patio next to the media center.

“We’re planning on putting a mural where the mosaics are right now,” junior Harrison Jachec said. “We also want to paint over where the chess board is since no one really uses it, by doing something to bring world cultures together.”

One of the main goals for Spanish Honor Society is to incorporate as many people that would like to be involved and give many students the opportunity to do something good for our community. This also means, doing their part to make the school a better place.

“I am a very inclusive person,” Stewart said. “If you want to give it your best shot, I’m going to let you.”

By Emily Tizol