Spanish students decorate pumpkins

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Junior Cathlyn Healy holds up her Dia de los Muertos pumpkin. Spanish IV and V students painted pumpkins to celebrate the Day of the Dead.

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Juniors Isabella Baltosser left) and Jenna Davis smile with their Day of the Dead pumpkins. Spanish IV and V classes painted pumpkins for Dia de los Muertos in class.

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Winning an award for the most unique pumpkin, junior Paige Brown painted a pumpkin with a spooky character to celebrate the Day of the Dead.

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Junior Lexa Jones won the most authentic pumpkin award for her Dia de los Muertos pumpkin. Spanish IV and V students painted pumpkins to celebrate the holiday in class.

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Students voted junior Mariah Morris’ Day of the Dead pumpkin as the prettiest. Students in Mrs. Caitlin Manson’s Spanish IV and V class decorated the gourds to celebrate Dia de los Muertos.

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Students found junior Alexus Ross pumpkin to be the scariest. Spanish IV and V students painted pumpkins to celebrate Dia de los Muertos.

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Winning two awards, junior Logan Prevo’s Dia de los Muertos pumpkin received honors as the ugliest pumpkin and the silliest pumpkin. Mrs. Caitlin Manson’s Spanish IV and V students decorated pumpkins for the Day of the Dead.

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Junior Jacqueline Olivo balances her Dia de los Muertos pumpkin on her head in Mrs. Caitlin Manson’s Spanish IV and V class. The class created pumpkins themed after the Day of the Dead.

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