LINDSBORG—Smoky Valley High School held a Spanish Culture Day on Friday, Mar.1, where high school students of all levels of Spanish from central Kansas schools attended.
At the event, the students' high school teachers presented multiple Spanish culture and language workshops in an informal setting. The purpose of the event was to provide an opportunity to learn about the language and culture in a fun, hands-on way.
"I enjoyed being able to teach and spread the love of soccer to such willing participants. It was a joy to be able to represent Bethany College and do something in the community," Roland Kiss, freshman keeper, said.
Resresentatives of the Swedes men's soccer team, Kiss and Mario Menendez, freshman defender, instructed three, one hour clinics on the game of soccer for the event.
"Our team is always looking for community involvement opportunities and happy we could assist SVHS with this event. I am proud of the way Mario and Roland performed and represented our program," Swedes head coach, Shane Taylor said.