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Monroe students take exchange trip to Germany
The Monroe High School German Exchange program recently returned from a two-week visit in Germany at its partner school in Neu Anspach. There were 17 students and two German teachers, Kristin Bansley and Alla Diakun, who accompanied them. The school offers the trip every other year and in the fall of those years, the German students come to Monroe for a two-week stay. MHS students are shown above on a field trip to Heidelberg. They are standing on a bridge over the Neckar River, with the Heidelberg castle in the background. (Photo supplied)
MONROE - Monroe High School German students traveled to Neu Anspach, Germany, last month as part of an exchange with Monroe's partner school, Adolf-Reichwein Schule in the state of Hessen. While on the exchange, from March 11-25, students stay with families and attend school there. Weekends are designed as family time for students to spend with their host families, engaging in whatever activities their hosts have planned.