West Noble Primary School is among 17 schools receiving grants from the state for a Dual Language Immersion Pilot Program.
West Noble Primary is getting an additional $20,000 this school year for its Spanish program.
Dual Language Immersion programs must begin in kindergarten or first grade and use an instructional model that provides at least 50 percent of its instruction in a target language, with the remaining instructional time in English.
The second round of grants for this year was made possible due to the availability of additional funds.
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