Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month



IDEA Public Schools is proud to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15), a time when we highlight the cultures and traditions of those who trace their routes to Spain, Mexico, and the Spanish-speaking countries within Central America, South America, and the Caribbean.   

As an organization who believes a great education is the pathway to success in college and in life, we champion this month as an opportunity to educate our students about Hispanic heritage and celebrate the rich cultural traditions of Hispanic Americans.   

As we kick-off this important month, campuses across our regions are holding events in honor of Hispanic heritage.  Be sure to stay tuned to IDEA’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages as we document the celebratory happenings occurring across our campuses, share the stories of our Hispanic students, teachers, and leaders, and highlight what our students are learning in their classrooms. 

Join our family today, and make sure to take time to celebrate and honor the contributions of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced our country.   

 



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