Tennent Holds Language and Culture Celebration
The event was held to introduce incoming eight-graders to the high school's language and culture curriculum.
Eight-graders, who will be high schoolers in fall, filled the auditorium at William Tennent High School Wednesday morning to experience what the high school's foreign language and culture students are learning.
Tennent staff and students presented foreign language skits, songs and cultural dance routines.
Class of 2009 graduate Tom Scary, a junior NYU, told the Klinger and Log College students via video that the Spanish he learned at William Tennent has benefited him as he traveled abroad to Europe and Peru in his college years.
The high school currently offers several levels of Spanish, French and German.