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Ten students from Redeemer Episcopal Academy recently competed in the FLES Spoken Language Competition in Loganville, earning superior ratings in all areas. Shown on the back row, from left, are Ming Scafidi, Delaney Ellison, Devyn Anthony, Olivia Bassett and Spanish instructor Christina Cronic. On the front row, from left, are Jaya Centa, Riley Laney, Stuart Baker, Anna Scafidi, Drew Roberts, and Grey Morris.

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Redeemer Episcopal Academy students recently participated in the FLES Spoken Language Competition in Loganville, Ga., earning the competition’s highest “Superior” ratings in all areas.

Participants included second- through fifth-grade students  Devyn Anthony, Stuart Baker, Olivia Bassett, Jaya Centa, Delaney Ellison, Riley Laney, Grey Morris, Drew Roberts, Anna Scafidi and Ming Scafidi, who were accompanied by Spanish instructor Christina Cronic.  

Categories included one-on-one interviews with a native speaking judge, dialogues and skits.  The interview portion of the competition focused on areas including personal information, pets, likes and dislikes, family and food.  Dialogues and skits were written by the students and performed for judges.  

Redeemer Episcopal Academy offers daily foreign language instruction in Spanish for all grade levels beginning in Pre-K3.  For more information on Redeemer Episcopal Academy, visit www.RedeemerAcademy.org or call (706) 484-1238.  

Redeemer Episcopal Academy, an independent, faith-based college prepatory school, offers a world class education in an enriching and nurturing environment that embraces diversity, and promotes respect, integrity, values and responsibility. Redeemer is open to all children, regardless of race, gender, creed, religion or national origin.

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