During International Education Week, students will have the opportunity to learn more about the history, geography, literature and arts of other cultures and importance of learning a second language.
“Our school systems must ensure that students are prepared to live in a diverse society and succeed in a global economy in order to meet the demands of the 21st century,” said State Schools Superintendent David Stewart.
The WVDE encourages all schools to provide a brief summary of their activities. Schools should connect to http://wvconnections.k12.wv.us/internationalweek.html to download the online form so they may send in their week’s activities. The first 50 schools to submit an online summary of activities will receive a complimentary bilingual book titled “Germs on Their Fingers!”
For more information, contact Amelia Davis Courts at firstname.lastname@example.org or Debbie Harki at email@example.com.