Twin Valley students enjoy a grand adventure traveling around Spain

Twin Valley students had a surprise visit from former exchange students Iker Rodriguez and Luis Guerra at the Valencia train station. Front, kneeling (l-r) Luis Guerra, Iker Rodriguez. Middle row (l-r) Ally Taylor, Jarrett Niles, Sadie Boyd, Morgen Janovsky, Maria Page. Back row (l-r) Kara Bird, Jayden Crawford, Jack McHale, Eric Bolognani, Izaak Park, Colin McHale, Owen Grinold, Lucas Messing, Casey Sibilia, Aaron Soskin, Tiffany Speigel, Kylie Reed.

WHITINGHAM- In early April, 17 Twin Valley High School students and their three chaperones embarked on a 17-day adventure to Spain. 
During their time in Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia, the students visited a wide variety of museums, markets, churches and cathedrals, gardens, recreational facilities, stadiums, and historical and cultural sites.  This experience required the students to learn and use a variety of “urban skills,” including using an unfamiliar monetary system, avoiding scammers, using mass transit, and, of course, reading, understanding, and speaking Spanish.

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