Students from Camille Hayes’ Spanish class put up a display of Calavera skulls as they and about 170 students from Templeton High School’s Spanish classes put together an “ofrenda” presentation to honor the deceased as part of the Spanish holiday Dia de los Muertos.
Students from Camille Hayes’ Spanish class put up a display of Calavera skulls as they and about 170 students from Templeton High School’s Spanish classes put together an “ofrenda” presentation to honor the deceased as part of the Spanish holiday Dia de los Muertos. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
Students from Camille Hayes’ Spanish class put up a display of Calavera skulls as they and about 170 students from Templeton High School’s Spanish classes put together an “ofrenda” presentation to honor the deceased as part of the Spanish holiday Dia de los Muertos. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com