Carolyn Webber, Park Record

The seventh-grade students shuffled nervously off the buses and onto the campus of Brigham Young University. They had spent weeks preparing for the competition, but, surrounded by high school students from around the state, they were second-guessing their abilities. Once the middle schoolers started speaking Spanish fluently, they gained courage.

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Students in the Spanish and French dual-language immersion program
at Ecker Hill Middle Schoolshow off their awards. They competed
at the BYU Language Fair against students around the state last month. 
(Photo by Annie Wallace)

NOTE: PCEF donors support the Dual-Language Immersion Program.




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