Once a week, a classroom at King’s Fork High School is filled with students of different cultures working hard to help their fellow classmates succeed.
Students from King’s Fork’s International Baccalaureate and English as a Second Language programs gather to help each better learn English and Spanish under the supervision of Spanish and ESL teacher Jill Vargas.
“We saw an ESL need at the school, and I asked them what they needed,” Vargas said. “They told me that they wanted to speak English with other American students. I’m just here as a facilitator.”
Read more: Suffolk News Herald