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Junior Ansley Peels’ ofrenda (right) was made for the Mexican female painter Frida Kahlo (Photo by Cassidee Jackson).

Celebrating Día de Los Muertos at North Forsyth

Cassidee Jackson, Opinion Editor November 11, 2021

Throughout the first two weeks of November, North Forsyth’s AP Spanish Language and Culture students created ofrendas, or altars, to celebrate Día de Los Muertos. In the spirit of the holiday, the class...

Aponte dresses up as Frida Kahlo for her students as they learn about Frida Kahlo and her life. Photo by Sydney Jarrard.

NFHS Announces Teacher of the Year: Erinne Aponte

Sydney Jarrard, Staff Writer October 20, 2020

Erinne Aponte was one of the several teachers nominated for 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year. When she found out she had been nominated, she was excited. Aponte explained, “I’ve been nominated four times....

The Issue With Language Learning in America

Cassidee Jackson, Staff Writer December 4, 2018

Modern day high school students across America are required to take a foreign language once in their four years. Most four-year universities, however, require applicants to take a world language for two...

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