OHS French Club plans annual French Week


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OHS student picks up her crêpe at the Holy Crêpes truck during the 2016 French Week.

French Club will host its annual French Week, Nov. 13-17.

French teacher and French Week sponsor Mrs. Keri Wilson said, ”The purpose of French Week is to celebrate the French language and culture and to encourage others to study French.”

On Monday (Nov. 13), French week will kick off with students being able to dress up like a Parisian, or someone who lives in Paris.

Tuesday (Nov. 14) will be tacky tourist day, which students can dress up like a typical tourist.

Wednesday (Nov. 15) will be a hat day (need to see if you have to pay for it)

Thursday (Nov. 16) is King’s and Queen’s day where students can wear a crown to show spirit. There will also be a food truck called “Holy Crêpes” after school from 2:30 to 5 pm that will sell crêpes for $7 – $9.

On Friday (Nov. 17) French Club will host black and white day, where students can wear black and white to act like they’re a French mime.