Hispanic Honor Society celebrates el Entierro de la Sardina

The Spanish tradition includes burying a sardine figurine or statue.

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Hispanic Honor Society celebrates el Entierro de la Sardina

Senior Ava Lee watches a video about el Entierro de la Sardina. The Hispanic Honor Society watched two informational clips during their meeting. photo by Mary Massman

Senior Ava Lee watches a video about el Entierro de la Sardina. The Hispanic Honor Society watched two informational clips during their meeting. photo by Mary Massman

Senior Ava Lee watches a video about el Entierro de la Sardina. The Hispanic Honor Society watched two informational clips during their meeting. photo by Mary Massman

Senior Ava Lee watches a video about el Entierro de la Sardina. The Hispanic Honor Society watched two informational clips during their meeting. photo by Mary Massman

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Hispanic Honor Society learned about el Entierro de la Sardina during their January meeting. The ceremony includes a parade, unconventional costumes and the mourning of a sardine figurine or statue. Senior member Mary Grace Greene especially enjoyed the activity.

“My favorite part was getting to learn more about Spanish culture, especially because it is the culture of many of our Spanish teachers,” Greene said.