Videos and Podcasts
World Language Dept. Academic Integrity Policy
ONLINE RESOURCES FOR SPANISH SUMMER WORK
World Languages Department Overview
The WPS K-12 World Languages program consists of a three tiered approach to providing students with a proficiency oriented approach to language learning as well as in depth exploration of the world around them. Beginning with the elementary grades, we offer a FLESS (foreign language early start Spanish) program which services students in kindergarten through fourth grade at each of our elementary schools on a bi-weekly basis. This program serves to increase global competence for elementary age children and provide them with introductory functional second language skills within the context of regular classroom content and instruction. At the middle level, students continue their exploration of the world around them first in fifth grade with a project-based course focusing on world cultures. This serves to promote global competence and also introduce students to areas of the world which they may not encounter in their typical course of study. In sixth and seventh grade students are given an introduction to the French, Spanish and Italian languages and cultures. Eighth graders are fortunate to have the opportunity to enroll in a full-year level one language program Westerly Middle School. This program serves to provide students with the experience of a first year high school course at the middle school level. Upon successful completion of level one in eighth grade, students have the opportunity to continue in ninth grade with level two and further their studies to the fifth year, Advanced Placement course, at Westerly High School if they so choose.
The WL Dept. would like to recognize the extraordinary efforts of all students this school year. Summer work has been posted in the appropriate folder which corresponds with the course you will be taking next year, 16-17. Please download and/or print wherever necessary and feel free to contact your teacher over the summer via email! Contact information is posted on this page. If you have questions you can email the dept. chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Westerly Middle School World Languages Offerings
Please visit the following link for information regarding WL offerings at WMS. https://docs.google.com/document/d/10-7IPlOYKfm9hAsHBSQXf2d1D2Z-xZOv44ATune_Oq0/edit?usp=sharing
Happy Summer and Happy Language Learning
Hello all! The World Languages Dept. hopes you have an enjoyable and restful summer and can't wait to see you again on August 24th. In order to ensure that you are well-prepared for the next level of your language class we have posted and handed out a summer work packet by language and level. You will see in the folders/files below that these packets have been organized by the course you will enroll in NEXT year. Feel free to contact the dept. chair with any questions you might have. at email@example.com
INTERNATIONAL NIGHT IS THURS MARCH 26TH
Join us for the Cafe of Languages and Cultures! Doors open at 6pm in Ward Gymnasium. Admission is $10 per adult, $5 for students, children under 7 are free. Student presentations, live band(Calabria Bella) and lots of tasty treats!
Parent Teacher Conferences Monday Dec. 22nd
Westerly High School and WesterlyMiddle School will host Parent-Teacher Conferences on Monday, December 22, 2014 from 7:30 -11:00 a.m., 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Students will not have school on this day as it is the first day of the winter recess, but are welcome and encouraged to attend with you.
The purpose of the conferences is to serve as an opportunity to understand more about your child as a learner, to understand what a letter grade cannot adequately communicate. It is a chance to learn from each teacher’s observations and thus gain insightful information as to how you can target your support at home.
Your child’s world languages teacher has a sign-up sheet available for you to schedule a 10 minute appointment with her ahead of time. We hope that you are able to coordinate this with your child’s scheduled team conference time.
We ask that you be on time for each appointment to maximize your session and honor the time scheduled for others. We hope this conference format is convenient for you; however, should you need assistance in any way, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher at your earliest convenience. As a reminder, please note that the world languages dept. members can be contacted via school email or by calling the school and leaving a message with the main office staff.
Guest Speaker from Italy!
Alberto Rivello, a foreign exchange student from Milano, Italy is currently studying at Westerly High School. Alberto was a guest speaker in Mrs. Magliari's Italian 3 classes on November 7th. The Italian 3 classes are currently studying the Italian school system as compared to our American system. Alberto presented on his experiences in Italy, focusing on his schooling/education in Italy but also included his experiences of every day life and the cultural similarities and differences between Italy and the United States. This activity was very beneficial to the Italian 3 students and Alberto as well! Mille Grazie Alberto!
El Dia de los Muertos Celebration
On October 30th Ms. Vasquez escorted her Spanish students to view feature film The Book of Life and enjoy a Mexican buffet of delicious treats at Amigos Restaurant in conjunction with the tradition of El Dia de los Muertos which takes place from October 31st-November 2nd in Mexico and some parts of the United States.
NATIONAL FRENCH WEEK 2014
This week is National French Week! See Ms. Canty for details and activities!
Una Serata Italiana
Signora Magliari's Italian 5 AP class will be taking part in "Una Serata Italiana" on Monday night, October 27th. First, we will meet at the Pizzeria downtown, Pizza Place at 5:00 to enjoy a delicious meal and Italian conversation and then we will be viewing an Italian film Pane e Tulipani (2002) at 6:30, hosted by the Dante Society of Westerly at the Westerly Public library. Family and Friends are invited to join us for the film viewing at 6:30 at the library. Hope to see you there! Ci vediamo lunedi` sera! grazie!
Westerly Sun Article: FLESS Launch!
What is language proficiency? See below
Refreshed World Languages Standards
50 Fun Facts about World Languages
Incoming Italian 3 and 5AP Summer Work
Students entering Italian 3 and Italian 5AP should scroll to the bottom of this page for the summer work information in folders with downloadable assignments. Please contact your Italian teacher, Mrs. Magliari, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
French Summer Work
Students entering French 2 and French 4 should scroll to the bottom of this page for the summer work information in folders with downloadable assignments. Please contact your French teacher, Ms. Canty, at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Spanish Summer Reading/Work
Hola a todos! We hope you enjoy your summer and look forward to seeing you all in the fall! Over the summer it is important for you to maintain your language proficiency. We developed summer activities that were distributed in all Spanish classes during final exam week. If you were not in a class during finals, have moved to Westerly over the summer or have misplaced the assignments, they are in a downloadable/printable folder entitled Spanish Summer Work at the bottom of this web page. If you have any questions, please contact the dept. chair at firstname.lastname@example.org
Klara Reisch's Elementary French Program Highlighted with Senior Projects
Exemplary French Student at WHS
Last night one of our students, Alexander Berardo, was recognized two-fold at the AATFRI state award ceremony. In a room full of native speakers and a large private school presence, he was one of only 2 high school students in the state to receive multiple awards. He was presented with a certificate for placing 6th in RI on the national French exam and he also was awarded the Le Foyer excellence in French award. Alex also ranked 12th nationally for third year French students. Possibly more important to him, he improved his ranking over last year. Please congratulate him if you see him!
Lead With Languages National Campaign
INTERNATIONAL WEEK IS COMING
Week of June 2nd will be International Week. Stay tuned for after-school activities and our BIGGEST EVENT-International NIght on Thursday June 5th in the Ward Gym!!!
EUROPE TRIP ABROAD APRIL 2015
Do you have a keen sense of adventure?
Are you interesting in world history, culture and the arts?
Would you like to explore European cities with your classmates?
What: Informational Meeting for Europe April 2015
When: Tuesday April 15th at 2pm
Details: Tentative Itinerary is London, Paris and Madrid during April vacation
Approximate cost : $4000.00 (all inclusive)
Highlights include: Buckingham Palace Bike Tour, London Movie Set Tour, London Eye, Big Ben, Tower of London Globe Theater tour and performance, Paris Sweet Eats tour, Eiffel Tower climb, visit to The Louvre and Prado museums, Flamenco Show, Bullfight, Tapas tour, school visits and regional cooking lessons
Email Ms. Steverman at email@example.com for more information if you cannot attend the meeting.
Why Learn A Foreign Language? Powerful Information
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Technology Connects Us With The World!!
Italian Club FORMING NOW!!!
Buon giorno ragazzi! Would you like to learn more about the dynamic Italian culture? Come join the Italian club and explore the beautiful artwork, delicious cuisine and passionate people of Italy. There will be an informational meeting on Thursday, February 27th, after school in Rm. B208 (Mrs. Magliari's room). Hope to see you there!
SPANISH CLUB FORMING!!
Are you interested in learning more about the diverse, colorful language and culture of the Spanish-speaking world? The first meeting of WHS Spanish Club will be held in B206 on Wednesday January 29th, 2014. The meetings will be held alternating weeks with the French club. Bring a friend! See Ms. Vasquez or Ms. Steverman for details...
January 21st Periods 1 and 2
January 22nd Perios 3 and 4
January 23rd Periods 5 and 6
January 24th Period 7 and makeup
Study Tips for Language Learning can be found at http://voices.yahoo.com/how-study-foreign-language-test-2062036.html
Parent Student Teacher Conferences
December 5th from 11:30am-2pm and then 6-8pm. Stop by and discuss your child's progress
In The News: Language Program at WPS Elementary Schools
Italian 5 Students Present Rigoletto
On November 4th, in honor of Italian Heritage month in conjunction with the Dante Society Film Series, our Italian 5 students presented character analyses of the opera Rigoletto (1981) by Verdi. This activity was organized by Nancy Magliari, WHS Italian teacher.
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Upcoming Opera Night Italian AP and Dante Society
In honor of Italian Heritage month, the Dante Society of Westerly is hosting Cinema Italiana and they will be featuring the Opera Rigoletto (1981) by Verdi, on November 4, 2013, at the Westerly Public Library. The WHS Italian 5 AP students study opera as a part of the regularly established curriculum. In order to enhance the school and Italian community connection, we are currently studying Rigoletto. Students are working on a
character analysis project in groups and are producing a written product and oral presentation in Italian for class. The groups will also be presenting their character analysis to the public audience at the film night, on Nov. 4th. Please join us to highlight the achievement of our students! The presentations will begin at 6:00pm, followed by the film viewing at 6:30pm. We hope to see you there!
Westerly High School
International Education Week Nov 11-15th
November 11-15th is International Education Week!
International Education Week is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education is part of our efforts to promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences in the United States.
Visit http://eca.state.gov/programs-initiatives/international-education-week for more details!
National French Week Nov 5-11th
Celebrate National French Week with us! November 5-11th.
Check back here for upcoming special events!
Hispanic Heritage Festival-El Día De los Muertos
When: October 29, 2013 5:30p.m.
Where: Springbrook ElementarySchool in Westerly, RI
What: Exhibition of Countries, Day of the Dead Altar displays, kids crafts, music and dancing, parade and DINNER
How Much? Free!!!
Just bring a dish to share!
I want to learn a language, which one(s) should I explore?
WHS French Club attends RI French Heritage Festival
On Saturday, September 7, 2013 3 members of the French Club traveled to Woonsocket, RI to attend the French Heritage Festival. Woonsocket, less than 1 hour from Westerly, was once the largest French-speaking city in all of the United States. The Francophone heritage is commemorated each year with music, dancing, arts, crafts, and an evening gala event. . WHS French club members, Abrianna Julue, Alexander Berardo, and Max Pittle enjoyed the days festivities with an additional visit to the Museum of Work and Culture. Traditional Quebecois food was also enjoyed by all.
Preparing 21st Century Language Learners
¡Buenos dias! Bonjour! Buon giorno!
Language and communication are at the heart of the human experience. The United States must educate students who are linguistically and culturally equipped to communicate successfully in a pluralistic American society and abroad. This imperative envisions a future in which ALL students will develop and maintain proficiency in English and at least one other language, modern or classical. Children who come to school from non-English backgrounds should also have opportunities to develop further proficiencies in their first language.
Statement of Philosophy
ACTFL Standards for Foreign Language Learning 2000
Twenty first century lives in the United States are not lived in isolation. To compete academically, economically and politically, and function successfully in a global society, American students need to be globally competent. That means being able to communicate and interact effectively in at least one other language and culture. Today, in 20 out of 25 industrialized nations, students start their formal world language learning in grades K-5. International business leaders are warning us that that American graduates competing for the same jobs as their peers from other countries, although technically competent, are increasingly culturally deprived and linguistically illiterate compared with graduates from other countries. The shift in practice to 21st century language teaching and learning within the last decade ensures students will graduate high school with academic, workforce and defense preparedness that will change the world.
College readiness requires that students have the pre-requisite coursework for admission and that they have the knowledge and skills to succeed in entry-level courses. Most Rhode Island universities require at least 2 years of world language learning for admission. Research has found that learning another language, particularly at a young age, has significant cognitive benefits which include increased memory function, critical thinking, creativity and flexibility of mind. Engaging in learning a second language builds literacy skills essential for the future. It builds proficiency in three modes of communication: interpersonal (person to person), interpretive (listening and reading) and presentational (one-way). Performance tasks which are used to assess language proficiency also support what is required for all students in order to reach mastery of the Common Core ELA standards.
Multinational Workforce Preparedness
The cost of monolingualism is astronomical. Since 2006, the US Committee for Economic Development has been calling attention to the importance of language and cultural skills for U.S. economic security. They warn that America’s continued global leadership is at risk and will depend on our students’ abilities to interact with the world community at home and abroad. The abundance of multilingual workers with an international mindset will help to maintain the United States’ position as an economic leader.
As a nation, we engage daily in diplomacy and military actions with hundreds of countries both at home and across the globe. Furthermore, with the existing war on terrorism, the lack of language training in the United States has become a national security priority. As a result of a 2004 Department of Defense sponsored study which emphasized the equal importance of development of combat skills with second language skills, all branches of the service have strategized to guide the development of language and culture skills within their ranks. Knowledge of other languages and cultures is seen as essential for mission success of military personnel overseas, required of officers and those in the military colleges such as West Point and The Air Force Academy and recognized with Foreign Language Proficiency pay to active duty soldiers and qualified National Guard and Reservists.
Recognizing that it is vital for all Westerly Public Schools students to be prepared to engage with the world, the World Language Program is in the midst of exciting expansion. At Westerly High School we have broadened our language offerings to include a fifth year Advanced Placement (AP) course which demands college level language and cultural proficiency. In addition, Westerly Middle School is offering a new elective course entitled Invitation to Language and Culture for all 5th and 6th grade students. This course aims to provide students with an introduction and investigatory look at aspects of culture outside the United States as compared to their own. Furthermore, we will continue explore implementation of a world language program in Westerly’s elementary schools.
We invite you to follow us on on Twitter at #WPSWORLDLANGUAGES or visit our website at http://worldlanguage.whs.westerly.k12.ri.us/modules/groups/integrated_home.phtml?gid=1171200&=8ccbce657db8fe761bc9873164590c38&t=333f7bf17c7b61da8a69bd09bf032f18
See and hear what some students have to say about the importance of language learning at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4f9VQFPBAqA
Westerly Public Schools World Language Dept. Chair
Adapted from: Van Houten, Jaqueline, PhD. Why language learning is important. Preparing students to be globally competent. Retrieved September 2nd, 2013: http://education.ky.gov/curriculum/wlang/Pages/Curriculum-Documents-and-Links.aspx
Why should students learn other languages?
The Flipped World Language Classroom
TONIGHT IS INTERNATIONAL NIGHT AT WHS!!!
Bradley Alicchio has been chosen as 1 of 3 Rhode Island students to receive the “excellence in the study of French” Award from Le Foyer, the association of French Americans. Along with the certificate, he shall also receive a monetary award! (It pays to study!!!!!) If you see Brad, please congratulate him!
Foreign Language Week at WHS May 6-10th
See the WHS Webpage calendar for a detailed schedule of events taking place next week! Join us!
JOIN US!! ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL DINNER AND STUDENT WORK SHOWCASE
LANGUAGES NOURISH THE BRAIN!
WHS ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL NIGHT!!
JOIN US AND SUPPORT THE WHS WORLD
LANGUAGE DEPT. AND INTERNATIONAL CLUB!
When: Thursday May 9th
5-6pm Student Work Showcase-library
6-8pm International Dinner*-cafeteria
*All you can eat buffet style dinner with a sampling of flavors from all over the world
Cost: $10 PER PERSON
FREE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 7
Recent Westerly Sun article about the dept.
WPS World Language Program Community Forum
Westerly Parent Academy and the
WPS World Language Department invites you to a Community Forum during which we will…
· Present the current WPS World Language Program
· Share information and results collected from WPS parent and student surveys
· Exchange and gather ideas for program expansion
· Discuss next steps
When: Thursday, April 11th, 2013 6:00 p.m.
Where: Tower Street Community Center
Please pre-register by phone at 401-348-2319
Congrats to the French 4 students who placed 2nd out of all New England school participants in the Consulate of France’s concours video flash d’infos competition!!. French 4 & 3 students braved the weather yesterday to go to Boston for la Fête de la Francophonie at the Canadian Consulate. Students learned about Francophone culture and were able to size up the competition before being awarded 2nd place! A great day was had by all, congratulate the following students if you happen to see them:
WHS Students as Teachers!!
In alignment with the National Foreign Language Standard of Communities, each year our levels 4 and 5 students prepare and execute a 6 week language and culture unit for elementary students. This year we have over 20 level 4 and 5 Italian students teaching at State St., Dunn's Corner and Bradford Elementary schools. We are grateful for the support of our elementary principals and teachers in this district-wide learning opportunity!!
Grand Councours at WHS!!
Each year the American Association of Teachers of French sponsors a National French Exam. The contest is a way for Westerly French students to prove their mettle on a National platform. Benefits of participation in the competition include: national rankings, merit and medal earnings, and scholarships awarded to top scorers. Benefits are also extended to all students in that they are able to experience University-designed exams and no matter their score, they are able to include participation in the concours on their résumés and college applications.
This year WHS has over 50 French students participating! Bon chance!
EuroChocolate Festival at WHS
In accordance with the annual EuroChocolate Festival in Perugia, Italy WHS Italian students prepared chocolate dishes and learned about the history and culture surrounding this Italian festival!
WHS Spanish 4 students visit NYC
30 WHS Spanish 4 students traveled to NYC in May. Students visited the Hispanic Society of America and a special exhibit of Diego Rivera at the MET. This cultural experience was made possible by Ms. Dora Vasquez, WHS Spanish teacher.
French Film Night!
On March 14 at 6:30pm in the WHS Library the French club will be screening the 2010 Oscar Contender Une Vie de Chat Club members and their guests will enjoy an authentic evening with friends, food, and film.
WHS International Club teaches at TSCC
On Wed. Feb 13th, a group of WHS International Club members taught a French culture lesson at Tower Street's afterschool program. This class was a success! We hope to continue to visit TSCC in the future!
WHS in EUROPE a great success!!!
Thanks to all who supported fundraising efforts to benefit students who attended this life changing field trip during February break 2013!
UPCOMING FRENCH FIELD TRIP
On March 19, 2013, the French consulate in Boston is sponsoring their annual event: a “celebration of all things Francophone.” Westerly High School French students wil be attending this free event to participate in cultural activities (music, food, film, traditional dance) along with other schools in New England. Furthermore, WHS French IV students have submitted an entry into the “Concours vidéo pour les classes de français." The day’s activities allow WHS French students an unprecedented opportunity to experience Francophone culture and speak with other French students right in their back yard.
Why you shouldn't use GOOGLE TRANSLATE!!!
International Club Meeting Wed. Dec 12th
The International Club will be meeting on Wed. December 12th a from 2-3pm in B101 to enjoy a holiday cultural exchange. International snacks will be prepared and served, current and new members are welcome to attend! Don't forget to bring your adopt-a-family gift. See a world language teacher for details.
International Club Mtg.
There will be an International Club meeting on Wed Dec. 5th at 2pm in B210. Holiday adopt a family and cooking class plans will be made!! See you there!!!
Winners of the first annual Scavenger Hunt!!
Karla and Roger Desarro, Claire and Chris Carey, Francesca Buehler were the Winners of the first annual WHS Scavenger Hunt, a fundraiser to benefit the WHS World Language Dept. and International travel for students. This year's theme was "The sights and sounds of France and Italy come to Westerly" teams of up to 6 used their wits and connections to discover 25 French and Italian cultural artifacts in Westerly.
Thank you to all who supported this event!! Especially Brenda Medina and Wendy and Larry Walsh
Welcome families to WHS Open House 2012!
Celebrate HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH!!
September 15th-October 15th
See information below for details
JOIN THE WHS INTERNATIONAL CLUB!!!!!!
Are you interested in learning about different cultures of the world? Would you like to travel to faraway places without leaving Westerly High School? The first meeting of the WHS International Club will take place on Wednesday September 26th at 2pm in B210. You won't want to miss out on this exciting, multicultural opportunity! The International club has traditionally organized culture and film nights, adopt a family, multicultural guest speakers and the annual international dinner. You do not have to be in a world language class to join! If you are unable to attend Wednesday's meeting, please see a world language teacher for details.
Welcome back to a new school year! The WHS World Language Dept. looks forward to meeting each of you and guiding you through your second language learning journey!
Our theme for this year is :
Our voices can change the world
Alignment of the National Standards for Language Learning and the Common Core State Standards
WHS in the news
WHS IN THE NEWS
WHS First Annual Soupy Competition
We would like to thank everyone who participated in making our first soupi competition a very successful event! The students (and teachers) had a great time! We had the following winners in each class:
Block 1- Phil Miguel
Block 2- Gigi Magowan
Block 4- Brandon Swain
Block 6- Joseph Caster + Kerri Williams (tie)
Block 7- Joseph Luzzi + Aaron Murphy (tie)
The faculty/ staff winner is Tom Albamonti! Congratulations to all! Mille Grazie, Nancy Magliari & Steve Sposato
Virtual High School Expands Students Language Learning Horizons
Fall Happenings in the World Language Dept.
This fall the World Language Dept. at WHS has participated in a variety of culturally enriching experiences...
In September, Mrs. Magliari organized a small group of Italian 4 students to teach an interactive Travel Italian lesson to community members of all ages who were traveling with the Westerly Pawcatuck Chamber of Commerce to Italy in October. This event was sponsored by the Chamber and took place at Maria's Seaside Cafe in Misquamicut. What a success!!
In late October, Ms. Vasquez's Spanish 2 students learned about the Mexican holiday Day of the Dead. They created representations of altars and gave oral presentations. During this celebration, the popular belief is that the deceased have divine permission to visit friends and relatives on earth and enjoy once again the pleasures of life. To facilitate this, Mexicans visit the graves of families and friends and adorn them with brilliantly colorful flowers and offerings of food, spices, toys and candles among other things. The period is specifically a joyous, ritualistically elaborate celebration of life, rather than a sober mourning of its passing.
In November, Ms. Steverman traveled to China with a group of 400 educators from all over the country. The purpose of this trip was to gain exposure to China's educational system, culture and language with the hope of someday establishing classroom partnerships and exchanging best teaching practices with Chinese secondary schools.
WESTERLY'S NEW CONFUCIUS CLASSROOM
The relocated SORICO Confucius Classroom at Westerly offers daytime, afterschool and summer Chinese language and culture programs for students and the surrounding South County community. Additional offerings include: Tai Chi for adults on Tuesday mornings and a Chinese cooking classes for adults on Monday nights. Furthermore, in conjunction with Literacy Volunteers of Washington County, a Chinese New Year celebration is planned for January 18th 2012. This evening event will include a traditional Chinese dinner, activities for children and a dragon parade. Future plans include an evening adult Chinese language and culture class beginning in January 2012.
Visit westerly-community-education--recreat.westerly.k12.ri.us for more information.
The World Language Dept. welcomes all students and their families to a new and exciting school year! If you have any questions regarding your language placement please see your guidance counselor and/or Ms. Steverman for advice.
Remember, practice makes perfect!!
Travel Scholarship Opportunity!!
PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES 12/4
We look forward to meeting you at conferences tonight. If you cannot make it please contact teachers directly to schedule a meeting regarding your child's progress.
Costa Rica Parent Meeting
To be held Thursday November 18th at 6:30pm in B210 Babcock Hall! See you all there!!
It's International Education Week!!!
This display in Babcock Hall is one of the many International Education Week projects which is an opportunity for us to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education promotes the preparation of American students for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences in the United States. Westerly High School is participating. Check out the Flat Stanley display on the second floor of Babcock Hall and try your luck at the Global IQ Quiz during advisory this week!
Thank you to all who participated in and attended the International Dinner! It was a great success and we will be able to give 2 scholarships to seniors this year who have passion for learning a language and plan to pursue the mastery of a second language in college!!
COSTA RICA 2011
A general informational meeting will be held Wednesday March 3rd at 2pm in B210. Plans are now being made for February 2011. Contact Ms. Steverman for details.
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