On Monday, May 3, eighteen English as a Second Language students traveled to Lee J. Kellogg school in Falls Village for a “Cultural Exchange Day.” The students were divided into six groups: three groups representing Mexico, one representing Japan, one representing South Korea, and one representing China. IMS students enthusiastically taught Kellogg school students (grades five through eight) about their homelands, aided by powerpoint slide presentations and activities they had prepared. After the teaching was over, IMS and Kellogg students shared recess on the playground and got to know each other in a less formal setting. The trip was a great success, due to the IMS students’ preparation and new-found teaching skills. They will travel to Salisbury Central School soon to meet with the middle schoolers there for an additional Cultural Exchange.