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Spanish Class Can Mean A Party

Students of Mrs. Killey's Spanish Class at West Central High School are making Pinata's as part of a class project. Balloons are inflated and wrapped with newspaper that has been dipped in flour water. 

Each student designs their own Pinata and lets it dry before painting them. They will be hung as decorations in the Spanish room until the end of the year class party. 

In tradition with Spanish culture, students will cut a hole and drop candy inside the Pinata. On the day of the party, students are blindfolded, given a stick and a limited time to break open a Pinata and win the candy inside.

From left are Mrs. Killey, Rachel Jack, Brittany Fox and Hillary Brooks.