Several City School District of New Rochelle schools mark Hispanic Heritage Month through lessons, events and ceremonies. Daniel Webster Elementary students have been busy learning about the many countries around the world where Spanish is the primary language. As part of this study, students have been exploring and researching those countries and drawing and learning the meanings of their flags. Debra Kohn’s kindergarteners, and first- and second-graders, are also learning some songs associated with those countries, such as “Que bonita bandera,” a song about Puerto Rico. In addition, the international dance ensemble, Accent Dance, will perform virtually for our third-, fourth- and fifth-graders. There will be elements of tango, Mexican folk dance, ballet, salsa and more to celebrate Hispanic culture.