By Christy Nguyen
For the Beacon 

1 year into the dual language program

'I think this is something about us catching up with the world'


Last updated 7/14/2022 at 11:09am

Christine Ballard

Two students enrolled in the Spanish-English dual language program at Cedar Valley Community Elementary prepare to serve pretend ice cream in a "dramatic play" corner.

The first day of school. Like many other children, kindergartener Magnolia Padgett-Bowman cries, afraid to enter the classroom for the first time. Most of her class is taught in a language she doesn't speak. However, after some time with her class...

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