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Global outlook: Newly certified WIS opens students' eyes to more than world around them

12:13 PM, Jan. 30, 2013
Teacher Qiuhong Zhang, left, and 3-year-old students Briant Kuss, from right, Elsa Anderson, Anne Gilbertson and Kate Hafner perform the popular children's song 'Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes' while singing it in Mandarin Chinese at Wisconsin International School in De Pere on Monday, Jan. 28. Students at the school receive full language immersion in Mandarin or Spanish starting at 3 years old.
Teacher Qiuhong Zhang, left, and 3-year-old students Briant Kuss, from right, Elsa Anderson, Anne Gilbertson and Kate Hafner perform the popular children's song 'Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes' while singing it in Mandarin Chinese at Wisconsin International School in De Pere on Monday, Jan. 28. Students at the school receive full language immersion in Mandarin or Spanish starting at 3 years old.
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The staff and students at Wisconsin International School are a month into being part of select company with their progressive curriculum.

Yet, despite its newfound distinction as a World School, the brakes haven't been applied on exploratory learning and thinking outside the box at the downtown De Pere school.

"Our students are gaining a better understanding of the world and how they function within it," Roberta Mellberg said. ...

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