Fourteen Belmont High School students who are participating in the English as a Second Language Program were recognized at a Dayton City Commission meeting and also highlighted in the Dayton Daily News. The students came to Dayton as refugees from Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania and Mexico. Two of the students were named co-valedictorians of their class!
The Dayton Daily News noted, “Kids who came to this country unable to speak the language. Now they are leading their class.”