September 06, 2006
In our 7th Grade son's class of 16 kids, there are:
- 4 Americans
- 3 Brits
- 1 each from 9 other countries, including Australia and Italy.
That's 11 nationalities out of 16 students! Pretty international!
In our 3rd grade daughter's class of 13 kids, there are:
- 6 Americans (although one's parents are Japanese and Mexican)
- 3 Brits
- 1 each from Denmark, Mexico, the Netherlands, and Germany.
That's 6 nationalities out of 13 students. Still quite diverse :-)
We have neighbors on our street from Belgium, USA, UK, and one family in which the husband is Greek and the wife Italian.
We're loving living in England.
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Sounds like Geneva! Happy day! Mom
Posted by: Patricia Taylor | Sep 7, 2006 1:12:45 AM
I can't think of a better education than rubbing elbows with other cultures...good for you and the children! Love, Aunt Willow back from Williamsburg
Posted by: Willow | Sep 9, 2006 4:29:45 AM