Lyndon student travel to Yucatan Peninsula

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AREA STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN GLOBAL EDUCATION TRIP -- Recently, 13 Lyndon Institute students participated in a nine-day trip to the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico with Let's Get Going! Global Educational Travel. The students are shown here with their new Maya friends on the 10th annual visit to the New Light Maya School in Sisbecchen, Mexico. With Maya children as their teachers, the American students learned basic Maya phrases and pronunciation with Maya Bingo, as well as Maya numerology and math in a Maya Mathcounts. After a typical lunch of roasted chicken and handmade tortillas, all the students enjoyed homemade coconut ice cream, demolished a pinata filled with local treats, jumped rope with American jump rope songs and then played in a huge soccer game.

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