Carolyn Webber Alder, Park Record

On Brittney Mellin's first day at Parley's Park Elementary School, she thought it was odd her peers were switching between Spanish and English throughout the day.

But as a bilingual child herself, she went along with it and assumed that's just how school was in Utah. It was not until later that she realized she was in a program a small percentage of students throughout the country are able to participate in.

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Vicky Rudoph teaches Spanish to second-grade students at Parkey's Park Elementary School as part of
Park City School District's dual-language immersion program.  It has been a challenge for the district to
adopt and modify courses and lessons throughout all schools, but teachers, administrators, and students
say they are happy with the success of the program. (Photo by Tanzi Propst/Park Record)

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