Upton students connect with friends in Spain March 21, 2017
Second-grade Spanish Immersion students at Memorial Elementary engage in an authentic opportunity to use their language skills as they Skype call their friends in San Sebastián, Spain.
Powerful Contributions to a Unique Program October 14, 2016
The Spanish Immersion students, Taylor Moore and Dallas O'Hagan, at Nipmuc Regional High School serve as teaching assistants at Memorial Elementary School in Upton, MA where they meet with students and provide lesson plans on Spanish language and culture.
Consulate of Spain Education Advisor Visits MU School District December 17, 2015
The Spanish Immersion students at both Memorial and Clough were fortunate to have a special visitor, Eva Martin Gonzalez, the Education Advisor at the Consulate of Spain in Boston, on Tuesday afternoon.
Students of Spanish share storytime in Mendon March 30, 2013
The Clough School's kindergarten Spanish immersion class got a surprise set of visitors this week.
Spanish pajama party at Mendon school December 23, 2011
Dozens of eager kids decked out in pajamas sat on the floor of Thais Lopez’s kindergarten classroom at Clough Elementary School yesterday as Nipmuc Regional High School students read holiday stories they wrote in Spanish.
Spanish government says Clough Elementary is 'numero uno' September 16, 2011
Learning a foreign language opens the door to new friendships, business opportunities and a greater understanding of other cultures. The Spanish government recognized Clough Elementary School's efforts in opening doors yesterday, honoring Clough as the top elementary school in North America in its academic excellence competition.
Six members of the Mendon-Upton Spanish immersion program that began 13 years ago are graduating this spring, fluent in both Spanish in English despite the threat of funding cuts to the program.
Clough School in Mendon lauded for Spanish program March 30, 2011
The Henry P. Clough School was recognized as the Elementary School of the Year by the Spanish Ministry of Education for its Spanish immersion program.
Spanish immersion program proves popular May 15, 2003
The Spanish immersion program at Miscoe started five years ago and begins with kindergartners learning their lessons only in Spanish. As the children advance in school, the amount of English spoken in class increases each year. The teachers in the program feel as the students progress and have more experience learning Spanish, the need for total immersion decreases.