French Club celebrates National French week


Giving a smug look, Caroline Lewis (10) helps in celebrating French week at the photo booth on Nov. 15.

National French week occurred on Nov. 14-18. French Club celebrates this week to bring more attention to French week and to French Club. In honor of that week, the club planned exciting events for every day of the week.

To start off the celebration, French Club hosted a teacher appreciation breakfast on Nov. 14. On Nov. 15 there was a French photo booth during lunches. On Nov. 16 there was a French Flag scavenger hunt with a prize reward. Nov. 17 the club and any participating students replicated the Eiffel Tower out of marshmallows and toothpicks. To end the French Week, the Holy Crepe food truck came to OHS to deliver a delicious French treats from 2:00-5:30 on Nov. 18.

“French Week went really well, my personal favorite was the food truck.” vice president of French Honors Society Veronica Mohesky (12).

French Club and French Honors Society decided to host the spirit week and crepe truck due to the one year anniversary of the Paris bombings on Nov. 15.

“French week was a great way to spread happiness in France’s name even though they have dealt with tragedy,” Mohesky said.