At CMHS, the Spanish teachers love to celebrate Día De Los Muertos as it is a long-running celebration of life in Mexican culture and in the last decades, American culture.
Mr. Arias in particular had a Día De Los Muertos celebration on the 28th during all of his class periods.
The class all contributed to bringing food, drinks, and desserts to celebrate Día De Los Muertos and have a cultural day and learn about the history of the holiday.
On the 2nd of November, the school itself hosted a large Día De Los Muertos celebration for all students to enjoy, regardless of being in a Spanish elective or not.
Located in the middle school quad, students celebrated with food, face painting, and other activities.