Dual language students at a Wisconsin elementary school recently celebrated the release of a 34-page trilingual children's book about the Ho-Chunk Nation that they helped create.
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Bilingual students are serving as their school's language ambassadors, a role in which they serve as interpreters to help immigrants, foreign visitors and English language learners.