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World Language


American Sign Language Resources
National Title VI Language Resource Centers Standards and Guidelines
NH World Language Distribution List World Language in NH K-8 Schools World Language in NH public schools
(updated Jan 2013)
Upcoming World Language Events Blueriver Initiative Blueriver Initiative presentation (70 page presentation - very large file)

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Kennett High School, located in beautiful Conway, NH, is seeking a full-time and part time Spanish teacher plus a full-time German teacher. Applicant must be able to teach up to Level 5 Spanish. Interested applicants should visit the SAU9 website for application information.

Thank you,
Susan Dirubbo
World Language Department Chair
Kennett High School

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Host an International High School Exchange Student Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State

The U.S. Department of State invites you to make a difference by hosting an international high school exchange student in your school or home starting this fall. Approximately 2,000 Department of State-sponsored exchange students from over 50 countries, all of whom have undergone a competitive, merit-based selection process, will spend the 2014-15 academic year in communities across the United States. These exchange students live with American families, attend American high schools, and participate in American culture, leadership activities, and community service. Exchange students can help internationalize classrooms and bring foreign affairs to life.

We seek host families and host schools from all over the United States. Learn more or submit an interest form at hosting.state.gov and please share this announcement with others. You can also email us at youthprograms@state.gov.

 

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Kenneth Relihan
(603) 271-6151
Kenneth.Relihan@doe.nh.gov

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