Spanish Honor Society prepares for inductions

Spanish Honor Society is getting ready to induct 19 new members at the induction ceremony scheduled for Dec. 13 after school in the media center.

“By joining Spanish Honor Society, you’re able to have it on your resume and looks really good to colleges and you get to be part of a club,” Spanish teacher Luis Martin said.

Students who are already a part of Spanish Honor Society help to plan and prepare for the event.

“A lot of the planning is done by the officers but [the members] try to help as much as we can,” junior Macie Goldfarb said. “So we’ll all make food and we’ll all go to support the people who are getting inducted. It’s kind of a group effort to make them feel welcome into the society.”

Members can participate in a number of activities.

“We do a lot of cool projects and activities,” Goldfarb said. “Like this year we did a cookie decorating contest for the Day of the Dead which was really fun, and then we also have an international fiesta every year where you can buy tickets and there’s tons of food and music and people performing. That’s always a really fun experience that kind of just brings people together, so it’s really fun in that aspect of being a part of it.”

Spanish Honor Society meetings are held once or twice a month on Fridays during Power Hour B.

By Krystal Macom