As part of the Spanish IV Careers Unit, Wautoma High School Spanish teacher Belinda Peterman invited Waushara County Sheriff Department School Liaison Officer Deputy Lafe Hendrickson and Wautoma Area School District Nurse Cari Pronschinske to speak to her students on April 11. Throughout their presentation, the students learned how Hendrickson and Pronschinske use court-appointed interpreters or a Language Line while performing their jobs in Waushara County. Pictured are: (back row): Jacob Schmidt, Deputy L

Wautoma students learn why Spanish is an important skill to retain

    In an effort to have her Spanish IV students learn more about how the foreign language they are learning is an asset to their future careers, Wautoma High School Spanish teacher Belinda Peterman invited Waushara County Sheriff Department School Liaison Officer Deputy Lafe Hendrickson and Wautoma Area School District Nurse Cari Pronschinske to speak to her class on April 11. 

    Throughout the class period, Peterman encouraged the seniors enrolled in the class to ask questions to find out how the Spanish language plays a role in the work Hendrickson and Pronschinske perform each day. 

    While working with Waushara County Public Health and Wautoma Area School District as a school nurse Pronschinske explained to the students she has worked with a lot of families who speak Spanish.

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