Seven Sussex Technical High School students have earned honors for reaching a high level of proficiency in languages other than English. Language proficiency includes speaking, writing, listening and reading in real-world situations; students must go above and beyond high school graduation requirements.
The state Gold Level Certificate of Multiliteracy was recently presented to the following seniors:
Dalianny Corporan of Milford
Lindsey Lopez-Cotoc of Georgetown
Egla Navarro of Milford
Tracey Otiz-Reyes of Georgetown
Azucena Ortiz-Roblero of Georgetown
Karli Sunnergren of Georgetown
Carmen Velasquez-Velasquez of Bridgeville
The Certificate of Multiliteracy was created by the Delaware General Assembly in 2017 as Delaware’s version of the Seal of Biliteracy.
Photo Caption: From left, Sussex Tech seniors earning state Gold Certificates of Multiliteracy are Karli Sunnergren, Dalianny Corporan, Lindsey Lopez-Cotoc, Egla Navarro, Azucena Ortiz-Roblero, and Tracey Ortiz-Reyes. Not pictured: Carmen Velasquez-Velasquez.