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March 9, 2016 10:38 AM

PSD bilingual students earn credit for native language

The World Language Credit Program offers bilingual high school students credit for their native language

The program has been offered by the Peninsula School District since 2012

17 students were awarded the Washington Seal of Biliteracy for their language fluency

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