Joyner Elementary School kindergarteners Helen Woodley, far left, Ruth Liggett, Corina Scarborough and Brittany Fields join in their classmates for a song in Spanishduring a language immersion class. Joyner Elementary School offers students a daily dual-language program in English and Spanish. Hodge Road and Stough elementaries may soon add language immersion programs
Joyner Elementary School kindergarteners Helen Woodley, far left, Ruth Liggett, Corina Scarborough and Brittany Fields join in their classmates for a song in Spanishduring a language immersion class. Joyner Elementary School offers students a daily dual-language program in English and Spanish. Hodge Road and Stough elementaries may soon add language immersion programs NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Joyner Elementary School kindergarteners Helen Woodley, far left, Ruth Liggett, Corina Scarborough and Brittany Fields join in their classmates for a song in Spanishduring a language immersion class. Joyner Elementary School offers students a daily dual-language program in English and Spanish. Hodge Road and Stough elementaries may soon add language immersion programs NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

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