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Cinco de Mayo Celebration Returns to HHHS

For a second straight year, Hendrick Hudson High School hosted a Cinco de Mayo celebration, which was funded by the PTA. The organization provided food for all, which included burritos, salsa, guacamole, tortilla chips and churros.

There were a number of activities available during the event. The World Language Department led students in a craft where they created Mexican flowers. The ENL Department held fun Latin cultural games, including a tomato-on-a-spoon race, blind man tag, chalk art, and a yarn craft where they created Ojos de Dios (God’s Eye).

There was also a photo booth provided by the Special Education Department.

“Students who attended the event had a fantastic time exploring the cultural foods, games, fun times with friends and healthy downtime as we approach a busy end of the school year,” ENL teacher Sonal Patel-Sheth said. “We are very grateful to the PTA for continuing this tradition of connecting the high school community by celebrating Latin culture.”