30 students who haven’t gone to Ireland take part in an English-language project based on a musical performance and a solidarity investment
8th grade students who aren’t going Ireland on the week from March 9th to 13th are participating in a project called English week, which is allowing them to practice English through two activities: Singlish & Kiva Project.
Singlish is a project that involves performing English language songs. Students have to work in groups throughout the week, reading their lyrics and then having a small concert at the end of the week in the playground.
On the other hand, Kiva is a project in which the High School gives $25 to students to invest in small start-up companies. The purpose is to help those in need through the website www.kiva.org
As for the students in Ireland , they are taking English classes in the morning and in the afternoon they are taking tours around Dublin.