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A group of Valley parents is working to bring foreign

A group of Valley parents is working to bring foreign language programs to Valley middle schools.

To do that, they need fluent instructors to lead classes.

Chief Kanim Middle School formerly offered Spanish classes, but the school district recently scrapped the trimester-long class for the upcoming academic year in order to equalize exploratory course offerings at the three middle schools.

Parents push

for new classes

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