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Hispanic Honor Society

Hispanic Honor Society

Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica (also known as the Hispanic Honor Society), sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, was formally organized in 1953. The purpose of this society is to recognize high academic achievement in the study of Spanish and to promote an interest in academic studies. There are more than 2,000 chapters across the United States and abroad. As an international society, its motto is “Todos a la una” (All together!”) and its colors are red and gold.

Interim Superintendent Janice Gauthier recognized the senior members of the society, while Assistant Superintendent Kevin Shaw honored the 2019 inductees.

“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, that goes to his heart.”

— Nelson Mandela


President — Fernanda Aiala
Vice President — Joshua Powers
Treasurer — Diana Lemus-Lemus
Secretary — Vanessa Flores  

2019 Inductees
Melissa Dalice
Aline Dutra
Yasmin Ferreira
Diana Fiestas
Ariana Garay
Joseline Mejia
Karla Menjivar
Carolina Morare
Vi Nguyen
Ashley Nicolas
Ileissa Ovalle
Zuzanna Polska
Lorena Rocha De Souza
Omayma Salih
Stephanie Suavita
Martina Vo

Senior Members
Samantha Aguilar
Fernanda Aiala
Elvin Bonilla
Bryant Brito
Natalia De Aguiar
Juliana Erazo
Celia Flores
Vanessa Flores  
Jessica Guzman
Kayla Jackson Gomes
Amy Hoang
Diana Lemus-Lemus
Yancy Lopez
Kenia Matute Guevara
Frank Monge
Mariah Murcia
Withsyndie Paul
Joshua Powers
Lorrayne Rocha De Souza
Samuel Thomas
Anna Clara Thomaz
Minh Tran

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