LINDEN—In October, Linden High School hosted students from Arras, France. This spring, 23 Linden High School students leave for a two-week visit to France. This is the first Linden student exchange with France.
The Linden students and the accompanying teachers will be staying with host families and the students will attend classes during their stay abroad. They have been learning the French language, the history and culture of the country. By participating in the exchange program, the students are given an exciting experience that will open up new horizons on both a cultural and academic level. The best way of achieving greater fluency in the French language is to spend time abroad in the native country.
Pictured left to right: 1st row Lauren Jens, Felice Trinh, Carolina Soto-Silva, Melissa Mascarenhas, Nicole Ortiz, 2nd row: Mariam Jaber, Marilyn Guerra, Viviana Montanez, Andrea Mosuqera, Lauren Hurff, Monika Drozd, Ayowonuola Owoseni 3rd row: Mrs. Foy, Linden High School French teacher, Carlos Flores, Bernardo Sadovnik, Josue Eliscar, Yvens Lamarre, Alexander Novo, Eglys Rodriguez 4th row: Mrs. Casey, Linden High School Media Specialist, Kelly Nodine, Erich Lum, Anthony Maresco, Redon Demushi, Christopher Zglobicki. Photo by Christine Hudak, Linden Public Schools
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