GHS Spanish students participate in Northern Michigan University Field Day
GLADSTONE — Gladstone High School Spanish III and IV students participated in the 26th Annual Spanish Field Day at Northern Michigan University (NMU) on the morning of March 16. The students visited Espanolandia, a Spanish-speaking country created by the NMU Spanish students within the NMU University Center. While at Northern, they participated in the Spanish skit competitions.
Approximately 450 students from throughout the Upper Peninsula attended. The students won first place in the skit competition.
The skit, entitled “La gallinita roja” or “The Little Red Hen” was judged according to creativity, presentation, language proficiency, staging, time limit, pronunciation, and projection.
The award-winning actors were GHS sophomores, Lupita “Olivia” Wetthuhn Irving, Olga “Chloe” Smith Milkiewicz, Emilia “Emily” Parker Howard, Beatriz “Morgan” Letteriello Broman, Mela “Dayna” Lauscher Camps, and Pablo “Paul” Barrios Wright; and seniors, Camila “Kayton” Gagnon McKenzie and Esperanza “Hope” McCloskey Dahn. The students’ Spanish teacher is Michelle Kenville Miller.