Marshalltown Schools dual language teaching staff participated in two days of training on June 12 and 13.
The training, conducted completely in Spanish, was presented by Amanda Noriega from the Center for Applied Linguistics based in Washington DC. The training focused on literacy instruction.
“She has a lot of experience with dual language, specifically with teaching Spanish,” said Woodbury Elementary School Principal Anel Garza.
Also participating in the training were staff from the West Liberty School District.
Marshalltown is a state leader in providing dual language programs for students, starting with the kindergarten level at Woodbury Elementary School.