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Local Students Benefit from Mexican Students Visit

Anne Hathaway Public School students are benefitting from a visiting group of Mexican students by learning about a new culture and making new friends.  Sixteen young students from a school in Mexico are currently living with families in Stratford and attending classes at AHPS.  The students, aged 10-12 attend a private, bilingual school in their home country. They have made the trek here for their celebratory year-end trip and to immerse themselves in Canadian culture.   When the students aren’t in class at AHPS they are visiting tourist destinations such as Niagara Falls, Skyzone Trampoline Park, Toronto and Blyth Creek Maple Syrup Farm.   Before the students leave on March 10th, they will make a presentation about the culture of their homeland to the students and staff of Anne Hathaway PS.  The students been in the area over the years.  They have visited Huron Centennial Public School and Upper Thames Elementary School.

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