High school students currently enrolled in Spanish class at East Stroudsburg High School South spent the day hanging piñatas in the foreign language hallway. Their lessons this week highlighted Mexican culture and heritage in observance of Cinco de Mayo, a holiday that celebrates the Mexican army’s May 5, 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla. The colorful piñatas were made from upcycled tissue and cereal boxes and decorated with construction paper, pipe cleaners, and stickers. Throughout the following week, the entire Cavalier student body can vote for their favorite piñatas.