NEWTON, NJ – Newton High School and Halsted Middle School will soon be welcoming exchange students from France. Four students still need host families to stay with for the week they are visiting. The girls will be here from April 24 through May 1.
The host family must have a student who attends Newton High School, Halsted Middle School or Greenhills Middle School. According to program organizer Sandra Polizzo all four have insurance, pocket money and speak English. They do not require airport transportation.
The host families will be asked to have a dedicated bed, three meals per day and a loving family. There is a short application.
A little bit of information about each girl
- Clara is 16 years old. She loves cheerleading, dancing, gymnastics, running, and going to the movies. She speaks French and Spanish and loves all different types of foods.
- Carla is 14 years old. She likes gymnastics, music, shopping, piano, hanging out with friends, and girl scouts. She speaks French and Spanish.
- Pauline is 16 years old. She loves to bake/cook, dancing, hiking, and shopping. She speaks French and Spanish, and has two dogs. Pauline loves pizza, hamburgers, and macaroni and cheese.
- Laurane is 15 years old. She loves to bowl, cook, draw, horseback riding, play instruments, photography, and gymnastics. She speaks French and Spanish, and has one dog. She likes to eat spare ribs, pancakes, and chicken wings.
Anyone interested can contact Sandra Polizzo 973-940-8687