Profe turns into piñata as winner of Drama Club’s costume fundraiser

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Photo courtesy of Rodrigo Rosa-Blackburn

Spanish teacher Rodrigo Rosa-Blackburn shakes his crepe paper during his dance in a piñata costume as the winner of this year’s contest put on by the Drama Club.

Nothing says Halloween or Drama Club like a good costume. Those elements came together during the Drama Club’s Halloween fundraiser.

Students were able to purchase raffle tickets, and then enter those tickets into a bucket with the name of a staff member and silly costume that staff member would be willing to wear in the days prior to Halloween.

The winner for this year? Spanish teacher Rodrigo Rosa-Blackburn.

According to Drama Club adviser Zach Paone, Rosa-Blackburn won by “something of a landslide.”

Check out Rosa-Blackburn’s piñata costume and dance by clicking on the video below.

Courtesy of Mr. Rodrigo Rosa-Blackburn
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