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.