Justo Lamas, second from right, with students from the different schools as he gives a dancing lesson.
Sometimes school assesmblies are low-key, but not the one at Genoa High School where Justo Lamas, second from right, above, belts out a song with backup dancers from area schools. Mr. Lamas of Buenos Aires, Argentina, told the student audience about Hispanic culture and customs.
Justo Lamas, left, and Jose Alvarado, 15, of Genoa High School, as Alvarado prepares to say a Spanish tongue twister.
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He called up on stage student Jose Alvarado, 15, of Genoa High School to talk to the audience in Spanish.
There also were students in attendance from Rossford, Clay, Liberty-Benton, McComb, and Columbus Grove schools.
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