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The mission of Spanish Immersion in District 833 is to prepare students linguistically, academically and socially to contribute to, and thrive in, an ever-changing world.                                                                                                                                                    

The elementary immersion program follows District 833 curriculum, and shares the same learning outcomes with all district elementary schools. Unlike other district elementary schools, all academic instruction is delivered in Spanish. Learning opportunities outside of the regular classroom such as physical education, media, music, and lunch/recess take place in English. 

Contact: Principal Jodi Husting.

Students in the middle school immersion program take two classes in Spanish, which follow the same state standards and benchmarks as all other District 833 middle school classes. All other middle school classes are delivered in English with informal and casual opportunities to use Spanish during lunch, after school clubs, and other special functions.

Contact: Principal Elise Block.

The high school immersion pathway includes two classes in Spanish that follow the same state standards and graduation requirements for all District 833 high school students. High school students will be able to take the rest of their requirements in English within the course offerings of Woodbury High School. Seniors will have a capstone course in Spanish.

Contact: Principal Sarah Sorenson-Wagner.