Reading Riot: TAG Builds Bridges with Foreign Students
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a teen in another country? Join a meet and greet hosted by the Bealeton branch library’s Teen Advisory Group on Tuesday, Nov., 14 to find out. Students from the United Studies student exchange program attending Fauquier high schools will share information about the culture and lifestyle of their home country. Learn what the exchange program is all about and how to become a host family. Time for questions and mingling will follow the presentation; light refreshments will be served.
Participants in United Studies Student Exchange attend American high schools and live with everyday American families. The program is dedicated to building bridges of understanding through cultural and educational exchange.
Students in grades 6 and up are invited to attend. If your family is interested in being a host family, this is a great opportunity to learn more. Parents are welcome too!
Tuesday, Nov. 14, 4 p.m.
Bealeton branch library
10877 Willow Drive North
∼ Ann McDuffie, Youth Services Librarian, Bealeton branch library
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