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Daniel High School welcomed 13 students and two teachers from Dornstetten, Germany, on April 20, as a part of the German-American Partnership Program (GAPP). Daniel has been involved in the exchange program for a number of years. The visiting German students will be staying with host families and attending classes at Daniel during their almost three-week stay in the States. In addition, they'll be sight-seeing and getting a taste of life in the United States. Over the summer, Daniel students and teachers involved in the exchange program will travel to and attend school in Dornstetten, Germany, June 24-July 15. Shown are Daniel German teachers Delana Snyder and Catharina Baker; Daniel students Garrett Addis, Gabby Bailey, Forrest Bundrick, James Burns, Paul Greenstein, Rebecca Griebno, Kay Lawrence, Anna Lightsey, Reilly Mathews, Emily Peters, and Grant Pigeon; visiting German teachers Julia Schwenk and Stefan Lutz from Dornstetten; their students Adilenaz Ayva, Franziska Haas, Jessy Lee Henssler, Maximilian Lemle, Paula Martini, Zoe Maurer, Maximilian Oligschläger, Elisabeth Rissling, Sabine Schittenhelm, Lucas Schlaich, Kathrin Seeger, Michael Vöhringer, and Niklas Windbacher.
Daniel High School welcomed 13 students and two teachers from Dornstetten, Germany, on April 20, as a part of the German-American Partnership Program (GAPP). Daniel has been involved in the exchange program for a number of years. The visiting German students will be staying with host families and attending classes at Daniel during their almost three-week stay in the States. In addition, they'll be sight-seeing and getting a taste of life in the United States. Over the summer, Daniel students and teachers involved in the exchange program will travel to and attend school in Dornstetten, Germany, June 24-July 15. Shown are Daniel German teachers Delana Snyder and Catharina Baker; Daniel students Garrett Addis, Gabby Bailey, Forrest Bundrick, James Burns, Paul Greenstein, Rebecca Griebno, Kay Lawrence, Anna Lightsey, Reilly Mathews, Emily Peters, and Grant Pigeon; visiting German teachers Julia Schwenk and Stefan Lutz from Dornstetten; their students Adilenaz Ayva, Franziska Haas, Jessy Lee Henssler, Maximilian Lemle, Paula Martini, Zoe Maurer, Maximilian Oligschläger, Elisabeth Rissling, Sabine Schittenhelm, Lucas Schlaich, Kathrin Seeger, Michael Vöhringer, and Niklas Windbacher.
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Daniel High School welcomed 13 students and two teachers from Dornstetten, Germany, on April 20, as a part of the German-American Partnership Program (GAPP). Daniel has been involved in the exchange program for a number of years. The visiting German students will be staying with host families and attending classes at Daniel during their almost three-week stay in the States. In addition, they’ll be sight-seeing and getting a taste of life in the United States. Over the summer, Daniel students and teachers involved in the exchange program will travel to and attend school in Dornstetten, Germany, June 24-July 15. Shown are Daniel German teachers Delana Snyder and Catharina Baker; Daniel students Garrett Addis, Gabby Bailey, Forrest Bundrick, James Burns, Paul Greenstein, Rebecca Griebno, Kay Lawrence, Anna Lightsey, Reilly Mathews, Emily Peters, and Grant Pigeon; visiting German teachers Julia Schwenk and Stefan Lutz from Dornstetten; their students Adilenaz Ayva, Franziska Haas, Jessy Lee Henssler, Maximilian Lemle, Paula Martini, Zoe Maurer, Maximilian Oligschläger, Elisabeth Rissling, Sabine Schittenhelm, Lucas Schlaich, Kathrin Seeger, Michael Vöhringer, and Niklas Windbacher.


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