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Migrant Education Students gear up for FHS Trunk-or-Treat

FALLBROOK – The students from the Migrant Education Program spent a Saturday preparing for the Trunk-or-Treat event at Fallbrook High School Saturday, Oct. 28, making decorations to decorate cars for the upcoming event and learning journalism skills that they will practice at the event.

On Saturday, students worked together to create tissue paper decorations. They made colorful tissue paper flowers and papel picado, which is a kind of perforated Mexican paper art. These decorations will be used to decorate the cars of Maricela Garcia and Blanca Lopez who offered their cars for the event.

The students also carved pumpkins. Each student designed their own pumpkin. Some students have never carved a pumpkin before and said they were very excited for the experience. The students thanked Pala Rey Ranch for donating the pumpkins to the Migrant Education Program. They were very happy and grateful for this generous donation, according to Fallbrook High School staff.

At the Trunk or Treat event, students will implement their journalism skills by interviewing people. They will take that information, practice their writing skills and write articles about the event. They are improving their reporting and storytelling skills as well. During the following week, the students will use what they've learned in their journalism class to write articles about their experience, which will be shared with the community.

Submitted by Fallbrook High School.

 

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