Maryland county adds Spanish immersion programs

…at three elementary schools

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Kindergarten teacher Mariluz Mendez flipped over several flashcards and waited for her students to identify the images.

When she raised the picture of a shower, the students yelled “ducha” in unison.

When she revealed an image of a dolphin, they hesitated. Then, they said “delfín.”

And when she raised the flashcard with a stack of money on it, they quickly shouted “dinero.”

“Muy bien,” Mendez said.

>>> Read more Washington Post 

Spanish is spoken

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