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Record number of students earn Seal of Multiliteracy for linguistic excellence


Last updated 12/14/2018 at 4:55am

RIVERSIDE – Chloe Bell-Beguin and Steven Koja are two of the more than 3,200 students at Great Oak High School in the Temecula Valley Unified School District, but they may introduce themselves in one of the five different languages in which they are fluent.

Bell-Beguin and Koja, along with 417 students from 21 high schools in 10 districts, were honored for their multilingual proficiency at the Riverside County Seal of Multiliteracy awards ceremonies, Nov. 16 and 27 at the Palm Springs Convention Center and at the Riverside Convention Center.

Now in its sixth year, the Riverside County S...

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