CMS observes Hispanic Heritage Month

Published 12:31 am Sunday, October 30, 2011

CMS eighth-graders Roniqua Foreman and Kimmy Ange add a finishing touch to the Hispanic-heritage display. (Submitted Photo/BCS)

To observe Hispanic Heritage Month, Laura Eagle’s art classes at Chocowinity Middle School created an art project that recognized and celebrated diversity at the school and in the community.

This project spotlighted Hispanic artwork such as Mexican molas, Day of the Dead sugar skulls, sombrero designs and more. The students also researched and reported on famous Hispanic artists, celebrities, writers and historical figures.