CALUMET CITY | Spanish will be added to the curriculum at Wentworth Junior High School next school year.
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CHICAGO | St. Kevin Church, 10509 S. Torrence Ave., in the city's South Deering neighborhood, is offering a Spanish Teaching Mass at 7 p.m. Oct. 24.
PORTER | Westchester Public Library will offer an 8 part introductory Spanish program for teens in grades 7 to 12 and adults. Conversational Spanish will take place at Hageman Library, 100 Francis St., on Monday and Wednesday afternoons, 2 to 3 p.m., from June 18 to July 11. Registration is …
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PORTER | Westchester Public Library will offer an 8 part introductory Spanish program for teens in grades 9-12 and adults. Conversational Spanish will take place at Hageman Library, 100 Francis St. on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, 3 to 4 p.m., from Feb. 28 to March 22. Registration is required.
GLENWOOD | The Brookwood School District 167 board is considering expanding the scope of foreign language instruction by possibly hiring a Spanish teacher for the middle school.
CROWN POINT | The REACH/Alcance Program, in partnership with Area Health Education Center and HealthVisions Midwest, held a five-week medical interpreter course this spring at the Purdue University Learning Center.
Costa Ricans Michelle Miranda, left, and Kattia Brenes talk about their culture to a Valparaiso High School Spanish class Thursday.
Costa Rican visitors Michelle Miranda, left, and Kattia Brenes speak Thursday to the Valparaiso High School Spanish teacher Chris Waters about their culture during an informal question and answer session in class.
Costa Rican Kattia Brenes, right, speaks Spanish on Thursday during the Valparaiso High School Spanish II class. Brenes and fellow Costa Rican Michelle Miranda were staying with VHS students while in the United States.
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