Dr. David C. Mosely
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DCSS Students Take Multiple Awards in Annual FLAG Contest
April 19, 2010 - FLAG Coordinator - P. Stadnik
The Foreign Language Association of Georgia (FLAG) is the official professional organization for foreign languages in Georgia. FLAG is a tax-exempt, non-profit association of instructors, administrators, and others involved in foreign language teaching and the promotion of cultural understanding. The primary goal of FLAG is to improve and foster the teaching of foreign languages and cultures, including literature, through service to teachers in the state.
The Foreign Language Association of Georgia Middle and High School Spoken Language Contest is an annual event in which students from across the state demonstrate their ability to use the target language in oral communication. The contest evaluates language students on their ability to communicate in the target language by conversation with an interviewer. This year’s contest was held on April 10 at Darton College and Dougherty County School System students took multiple awards. Those who placed are:
Merry Acres Middle
Albany High School
Dougherty Comprehensive High School
Westover Comprehensive High School
Dougherty County School System
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