tn_gredos2011 (37)Los alumnos de Segundo de la Sección Bilingüe han asistido la semana pasada al centro de inmersión lingüística "Gredos Center".
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Viaje a Londres

Los alumnos de Primero de ESO de la sección Bilingüe han realizado del 16 al 20 de junio, la tradicional excursión a Londres. Todo ha salido a pedir de boca, incluso el tiempo nos ha respetado bastante, si bien al mediodía teníamos nuestra nubecita y chaparrón correspondiente. A continuación se ofrecen dos enlaces en los que se pueden visionar algunas de las muchas fotografías del viaje. Feliz verano a todos.

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Extracto de un periódico local de Ashland referido al intercambio de nuestro instituto con un centro de esta localidad norteamericana:

Spanish students get a taste of the Northland
Exchange program with Ashland High School

By RICK OLIVO
Staff Writer
Published: Friday, April 23, 2010 9:30 AM CDT
Northern Great Lakes
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Visitor Center Coordinator Roseann Haveri talks with Ashland/Badajoz exchange students about the lore of Lake Superior. The more than 20 students and their counterparts from Ashland High School visited the center on Wednesday, part of their weeklong stay in the bay area. Students from Ashland previously visited Spain, staying in some of the same homes belonging to the families of the students they are now hosting. Rick Olivo/Staff Photo

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A trio of exchange students checks out the view from the observation tower at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center Wednesday. The students from the Badajoz region of Spain have spent their time in a variety of activities, including classes at Ashland High School, visiting sites in the region, including Glensheen Mansion in Duluth, Hawk's Ridge, the Mariner's Museum and the Miller Hill Mall. They are slated to attend a traditional Wisconsin fish fry at the Delta diner tonight and visit the Apostle Islands Center on Monday. Rick Olivo/Staff Photo



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Spanish students in the Ashland/Badajoz student exchange try their hands at making a Native American dreamcatcher under the guidance of crafter Sally Stimac. Rick Olivo/Staff Photo



At first glance, they appear to be a typical lot of high school students; giddy, giggling, excited with new experiences and acquaintances.

But once you hear their rapid-fire Spanish, you know these kids are a long way from home. Halfway around the world from home, as a matter of fact.
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