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Mandarin immersion so popular in Wyoming they’re adding Spanish too

February 11, 2014

Trustees with the Natrona County School District have unanimously approved a recommendation establishing a second dual language immersion program at a Casper elementary school.

Trustees approved the new Spanish immersion program at Park Elementary School during Monday night’s regular meeting. Trustees also approved an expanded 20-1 class size radio for the program.

Mark Mathern, the district’s associate superintendent of curriculum and instruction, says the approved recommendation will open up 20 immersion seats at Park next year. He also says Spanish immersion interest has been high since trustees established a pilot Mandarin program at Paradise Valley Elementary School last year.

Read More: Spanish Immersion Program Approved for Park Elementary | http://k2radio.com/spanish-immersion-program-approved-for-park-elementary/?trackback=tsmclip

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