Words: Meghan Moore
On Thursday, November 10, students taking French classes at Centennial went to Petit Louis Bistro for authentic French cuisine.
“We went in order to get an authentic taste of the amazing French culture,” said junior Isabel Trojillo.
Students were able to bring what they learned from the classroom into the real world by reading menus written in French as well as speaking to the waiters in French.
As a special surprise, Howard County Board of Education Superintendent Renee Foose, ate with the students.
“She [Foose] used the opportunity to ask us about how to change the school system for the better,” said junior Katelin Phelps.
Students had the ability to apply what they’ve learned outside the classroom while enjoying a nice lunch with their classmates at the Columbia lakefront.
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