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Lt. Governor visits French immersion students

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Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne visited the French immersion program at Prairie Elementary School on Wednesday.

Dardenne met with school leadership, faculty, students and parents to learn more about the program is enjoying. Superintendent, Dr. Pat Cooper, Asst. Superintendent Sandra Billeaudeau, and LPSS board members also took part in the tour.

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