PHS AFS students to talk about their countries


ANTONIO CAMBISE ANTONIO CAMBISE AFS foreign exchange students at Plymouth High School will again will share information about their home countries with the public.

The final set of presentations for this school year will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, April 19 at Generations, 1500 Douglas Drive, Plymouth.

The following students will be featured, with time at the end for questions and answers:

Antonio Cambise of Italy, Carolina Amigo Palacios of Chile, Leon Gehri of Germany, Melis Saglik of Turkey and Zouheir Jamal of Lebanon

PHS is hosting 10 AFS students this year, from Chile, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Lebanon, Norway, Russia, Spain and Turkey

There are representatives from all three sponsored AFS programs Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange & Study (YES) Program for students from countries with signifi- cant Muslim populations, Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) Program for students from the countries of the former Soviet Union and Congress-Bundestag for students from Germany.


CAROLINA PALACIOS CAROLINA PALACIOS The Plymouth High School AFS chapter is one of the most active in the state, hosting 52 students since 2008-09.

AFS, a partnership of volunteer based nonprofit organizations fostering intercultural engage- ment, named PHS one of its 100 Top Schools in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

For more information, visit www.plymouth.k12.wi.us or call 892-5068.



LEON GEHRI LEON GEHRI

MELIS SAGLIK MELIS SAGLIK

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