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Oneida Language Continues Advancements


Learning will be that much more edifying for the tots at the Early Learning Center with students in the Oneida language program anticipating expanding their lessons from two days per week to five days in the near future. Language students plan to visit the ELC’s 3 and 4 year olds in an immersion-style class – nothing but Oneida is spoken by the instructors during the entire half-day classes.

Last year, two of the advanced language class students ( Darcie Tarbell, Turtle Clan and Crystal Torres, Wolf Clan) could be found at the ELC teaching the little ones the rudiments of Oneida. This year, language students – Karen Pierce (Turtle Clan) and Chelsea Jocko (Wolf Clan) will join Darcie in the ELC classes ...
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