Cinco de Mayo!

Tomorrow is Cinco de Mayo! And although many of us in the United States think the holiday celebrates tacos and margaritas, that’s actually not the case. (Although it is a good excuse to have tacos and margaritas!) Cinco de Mayo commemorates the defeat of French troops at the Battle of Puebla, southeast of Mexico City. 

Send this booklet home for students to complete tomorrow. Click this link. To the right of the booklet, you’ll see a row of blue icons. Click the downward arrow to download the booklet. Then send it to students’ families. 



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  1. May 5th was suppose to have been my 1st Grandchild Matthew’s Birthday however he decided to wait one more day and was born of the 6th instead. he’s going to 17 yrs old.

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