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Weekly Wrap-Up: Epic Parties, More Poems, And Cheesy Thoughts On Living In New York

The first week of the December has come and gone, friends! How are you doing with the December Reflection Challenge? It’s been helping me slow down for just a few seconds every day to reflect on all the good things that happened in 2016 – my happiest memories, biggest accomplishments, and favorite milestones. 1,402 more words

A Beginner's Guide to "El Día de Muertos" in Spanish

In Canada and the USA, Halloween is extremely popular whereas in Mexico, El Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) is the nation’s spookiest holiday. 358 more words

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Atholton Students Visit White House

Camden Gilreath
Sports Editor
October 18, 2016

     In 1966, Atholton High School opened its doors as the first desegregated school in Howard County. President Barack Obama was only in Kindergarten. 513 more words



Let’s not forget our AMAZING LITERARY HERITAGE. Let us not forget How many Poets have won or been nominated for the Nobel Prize. Lorca didn’t win but if he was around long enough ( he died at 42 years old) I am sure he would have. 53 more words

Nicaragua & Costa Rica Immersion this Fall, 2016

I am gong to Nicaragua & Costa Rica in October for 2 weeks,
( October 11th to be exact to October 28th). I have 2 students… 118 more words

How Not Learning Spanish Changed My Life

When my high school guidance counselor asked, “Spanish or French” regarding the Foreign Language requirement, I blurted out, “Spanish!”  It was probably the only time in my high school career that I actually had an opinion about a class. 2,046 more words


The Forty-Seventh Letter: What You'll Be When You Grow Up

Dear Daughters,

When I was in high school, my Spanish teacher told my friend Katie and me that she hoped her daughter would grow up to be like us one day. 596 more words