James Madison Welcomes Lakeland Students from Africa
Students from Malawi, Africa, who are currently attending Lakeland College, visited James Madison School on October 20th and 21st. The purpose of the visit was to learn the ways and means to effectively run a school. After three years at Lakeland, the students will return to Malawi, Africa to become Educational Administrators.
While at James Madison, the Lakeland students were able to visit several classrooms. Mrs. Debbie Burke’s class conducted research and cooked their visitors some traditional Malawi, African food like banana fritters and peanut puffs.
This is the fifth year that students from Malawi, Africa have visited with James Madison students and staff and studied with the principal, Dr. Matt Driscoll.
Sheboygan Area School District Press Release
October 28, 2011