The Iowa Seal of Biliteracy is an award given by a district to recognize students who have attained proficiency in two or more languages, one of which is English, by high school graduation. Being able to know and use more than one language is a critical skill for the 21st century. The Seal of Biliteracy serves as recognition for attainment of multilingual skills, provides evidence of skills important to future employers and higher education and demonstrates a readiness of students to be college, career, and community contributors in the local, national, and global societies.
- This year ADM had 12 students earn the Iowa Seal of Biliteracy by demonstrating of proficiency in English and Spanish: Emily Ahrens, Dylan Anderson, Isabella Benetti, Kalie Dalen, Jacob Derifield, Lauren Logue, Joshua Norris, Kashish Patel, Sydney Pottebaum, Devin Warmuth, Sean Whitson, Neveah Wood
- This year ADM had 1 student earn the Iowa Seal of Biliteracy by demonstrating proficiency in English and French: Kimberly Hall
Join us in congratulating these ADM students on this achievement!