EDISON — Seventh and eighth grade students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison have excelled in the 2010 National Spanish Examination. The National Spanish Examinations are standardized assessment tools given voluntarily by over 3,400 teachers throughout the United States to measure proficiency and achievement of students who are studying Spanish as a second language.
Pictured, left to right, are: Julian Hernandez-Webster of Edison (Honorable Mention), Middle School Spanish teacher Sofia Tamayo, Daniel Spear of Bridgewater (Honorable Mention), Amber Zafar of Edison (Gold Medal), Zubin Mulji of Edison (Silver Medal), Samantha Hart of Edison (Silver Medal), Michael Anastasiou of Scotch Plains (Honorable Mention), Emily Wexler of Scotch Plains (Honorable Mention), Tarini Salvaji of Edison (Honorable Mention), Mia Hagood of Piscataway (Bronze Medal), and Upper School Spanish teacher Yolanda Reyes. Not pictured are: Shafeeq Ibraheem of Piscataway (Silver Medal), Briana Crawley of Rahway (Silver Medal), and Julia Linger of Cranford (Honorable Mention). Photo by Michelle Daino
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