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World Languages Students Celebrate National Library Week

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In celebrating National Library Week, April 3-9, the Locust Valley High School World Language Department hosted World Languages Wednesday in the library with a multitude of activities to highlight the department.

On April 6, World language learners and other interested students throughout the day participated in an array of cultural activities. They tested their skills at crepe-making, learned how to play the card game Scopa, made worry dolls and created their own mosaic artwork. Students also learned the art of origami, constructed a Leaning Tower of Pasta out of a variety of pasta and worked on a puzzle of the world.

High School library media specialist Paige Coppola explained that the week’s activities, such as World Languages Wednesday, was a perfect opportunity for students to connect with the library.

During the week’s celebration, the library also held All the “Write” Moves Monday for the English department, the social studies department’s “Back in the Day Tuesday,” “Senior Spotlight” with games for seniors only and “Fun Friday.”

Date Added: 4/21/2022