Spanish Club

Spanish Club

Upcoming Events

February 12 starts strawberry Sales
April 10th- Flamenco Show in Columbus (Spanish Club)
May 12- Kings Island (Span. Club/ FCCLA)

Immersion Day

December 6, 2018 - VCHS Spanish 3 and 4 students participated in a Spanish Immersion Day. Students visited the Kennedy Museum of Art in Athens, Ohio where they discussed the current exhibits in Spanish and participated in hands on activities. The first exhibit was called “A celebration of the Asylum complex's 150th anniversary.” Students got to learn about the history, see pictures, see blueprints and architectural drawings and visited newly renovated areas of the building  The next exhibit was called “Border Crossing: Video Installations.” The students got to experience two video installation works by Beirut-based Dictaphone Group on the subject of border crossings: Stories of Refuge and Nothing to Declare. Dictaphone Group is a research and performance collective that creates live art events based on multidisciplinary study of space. Here students got to discuss refugee camps and shared opinions and left messages to refugees. The last exhibit was called “A Story of Flying: 20 Years of Passion Works.” An immersive multi-media installation occupying three galleries, this exhibition celebrates the 20th anniversary of Passion Works Studio, a collaborative community art center encouraging people of all abilities to work and thrive within partnerships celebrating the power of creativity, connection and purpose. Here students participated in a scavenger hunt activity, created their own canvas, and discuss the art works in Spanish. Lastly, the students got to visit the studio and create their own Passion Works butterflies. To end our Immersion experience students got to eat lunch at Gran Ranchero Mexican Restaurant where they had to use their language skills to order their food and interact with the waiters. Overall, it was an amazing Immersion experience for our VCHS students! We would like to send a special thanks to the Kennedy Museum of Art for awarding us the grant to participate in this wonderful experience. See the photo gallery on the Spanish Club page for pictures. More +

Tamale Day

On October 4th Spanish Club hosted Tamale Day in honor of Hispanic heritage month  for the students in Spanish class and staff at VCHS.  We invited the owner of Nixtamalized, Michelle Wasserman, who presented a wonderful presentation on the origin of tamales, how they are made and their small athens business. Every student go to enjoy their own tamal made out of verde chicken, potato chorizo or garden veggie. Teachers placed orders for Tamales and Spanish club officers delivered them at lunch. The event was a great cultural experience for our students!  Click More+ for pictures. More +
2018-2019 Spanish Club Officers
President- Trafford Dunn
Vice-president - Miranda Prater
Treasurer -Casey Ziegler
Secretary - Jade Trainer and Mckenzie Channell
Media Specialist - Jordan Riegel 
 
 

Spanish Club Members 2018-2019

     
8th grade 10th Grade 12th Grade
Adam Tichenor Ward Allison Riddle Abigail Erickson
Caleb Lindner Blake Graves Bradlee Griffin 
Dawson Brown Brock Hamon Casey Ziegler 
Gracie Peters Destini McCartney Casssidy Griffith
James Wilt Grace Perry Chris Mason
Josiah Thacker Hunter Norris Eli Griffith
Lindsey Riddle Jenna Crowe Grace Davidson
Marissa Huff Kiki Barlow Hope Saunders
Mia Johnson  Koby Waugh Isabelle Lambert 
Trista Dunn Lili Cruz Jaci Martin
Wyatt Bethel Lily Guess Jakelyn Brown
  Liz Lambert Jazmynn Sharp 
9th Grade Lydia Lenegar Jonah Lewis
Aiden Graham Mahaylee Napper Jordan Eberts
Asa Davidson Megan Newvahner Jordan Riegel
Asialyn Smith Olivia Mayers Kendall Fee
Braden Wellman  Patience Scurlock   Lacy Stapleton
Braylon Damron Sara Dummitt Lexi Holstine
Broc Moore Tristen Kirby Madison Camp
Caden Fee Tyler Peoples Mallory Bentley
Cameron Zinn Vada Ridgeway Miranda Prater
Cassandra Mayers Zack Radabaugh Ricky Body
Courtney King   Trafford Dunn
Curissa Barnett 11th Grade Victoria Prater
Donovan Ward Ash Abele  
Ella Clancy Abby Bakies  
Evelynn Russell Amanda Boring  
Grace DePue Chloe McCarty  
Jarrett Wells Courtney Winnett  
Judith Kirkendall Jacob Wells  
Kassidee Winters Jade Trainer  
Kerrigan Ward Josie Hembree  
Kody Colley Josie Ousley  
Lacie Williams Mackenzie Grigsby  
Lacy Ward Maylea Huff  
Lexie Kempton Mckenzie Channell  
Madison Fletcher McKenzie Radabaugh  
River Hayes Nathan Beckner  
Rylee Grabans Nick Pittman   
Rylee Sprague Owen Salyer  
Taylor Houdasheldt  Rylee Fee  
Tomi Schweikert Sydnee Knox  
Zoey Kiefer Taylor Moore  
Sydney Smith Zoe Games  

Vinton County High School Spanish Club Mission Statement

2017-2018

The name of this organization shall be “Vinton County Spanish Club” Its purpose is to promote and further our knowledge of Spanish and the countries in which it is spoken and to encourage the students to use their Spanish. Membership shall be open to any Vinton County High School student who is currently enrolled in Spanish class.

The officers of this club shall be: president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer. The officers shall be elected annually, in the beginning of the school year. A majority vote will be necessary for an officer to be elected. If a majority is not reached, a run-off election will be held between the top two candidates.

The president shall preside over meetings, see that the work of the club goes forward and represent the club when necessary. The president shall be a student in Spanish III or above and have been a member of the club for at least one year. In addition, the president should be a full-time student at the Vinton County High School. The vice-president shall assist the president and act in his absence. He/she shall also be in charge of planning and forming committees for the various functions of the club and snacks. The secretary will keep the minutes of every meeting of the Spanish Club. The treasurer will help the advisor with the receipt, deposit and disbursement of club funds.

An officer may be removed for failure to fulfill his duties and/or for misconduct of any kind, by a two-thirds vote of the entire membership and/or approval of the advisor and principal. If the president is removed from or resigns from office, the vice-president shall assume the office of president.

There will be a $2.00 due to participate in the club for meeting supplies. A student who signs up but never participate in any club activities will not be considered a part of the club and will not be added to the permanent roster. Members are required to attend 2 of the 3 yearly meetings in order to be an active member. Members are also required to collect 3 community service points during to school year in fundraisers and activities. Only active members with 3 community service points will be able to attend the spring fieldtrip.

The advisor shall have final authority in all decision making concerning the club. Her approval or veto of decisions is final. The advisor will be present at all meetings. If she is not present, the meeting will not take place as an official Spanish Club function, unless another faculty member, approved by the advisor, is present in place of the advisor. This applies at any function of the club.

2017-2018 fundraisers: Trips/Fieldtrips:

October.-Spanish Club Shirt Sale

Basket Bingo Dec . 2nd

            Dec. 1st: Coco Movie and Mexican Restaurant

February- Strawberry Sale Flamenco Ballet 4/10 and Kings Island (May)


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