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Wardlaw + Hartridge School Celebrated World Language Day on April 5

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Front: Pratham Gandhi of Edison, Julian Martinez, Debra Adetola . Back: Aryan Nair and Eesha Gadde of Edison, Sophia Fontaine of Somerville, and Charlotte Szczubelek of Plainfield. Credits: Wardlaw + Hartridge
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Seventh graders Annie Gu of Edison and Kapriana Payami of Scotch Plains share their World Language Day presentation. Credits: Wardlaw + Hartridge
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EDISON, NJ - The Wardlaw+Hartridge School community celebrated World Language Day on April 5. The lobby of the new Berry Performing Arts Center was transformed into a museum with students in all three divisions participating as presenters and visitors throughout the day.

Lower, Middle and Upper School students created presentations addressing this year’s theme of architecture. Lower School students made oral presentations in Spanish, while Middle and Upper School language students displayed projects representing various landmarks around the world. Upper School Mandarin students created a video showcasing the Forbidden City.

 

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