Zone Z has a huge Día de los Muertos celebration every year where families gather and honor the dead, often by bringing flowers and repainting the tombstones of their lost loved ones. Carina and Carlos used this celebration as a way to share their own Mexican culture with the students of 232, as they explained differences in festivities such as the Mexican use of “calaveras” decorated skulls. The students then had a great time decorating their own calavera masks before joining their families in festivities!

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