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VHS Students "Sprechen Deutsch"
Wednesday, 20 August 2014

August 20-- Five Vidalia High School students have been recognized for their knowledge of the German language.

The German government’s Federal Office of Administration - Central Agency for Schools Abroad, through their liaison at the Georgia Department of Education, awarded certificates of achievement to a group of Vidalia High School students who took two years of German as a foreign language.

At the end of their second year of German instruction, the students passed a test demonstrating proficiency in basic German Listening Comprehension, Writing, Speaking, Vocabulary, and Grammar knowledge.

ImageThe awards were presented to Seniors (from left) Sterling James, Brent Miller, Meagan Johnson, Robert Petty, and Kaitlyn Rajczak (not present, graduated May 2014) by their German teacher, Ms. Bettina Linden.

 
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