The German-American Partnership program at Hilliard Davidson High School is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. The exchange takes place every two years with Germans students coming to Hilliard Schools in September and the Hilliard Schools students going to Germany in June. Superintendent John Marschhausen spent time with the students talking about the program and discussing his own German family genealogy. This exchange offers students a chance to use interpersonal communication tools by speaking and writing the German language. It also allows students a chance to use presentational communication tools, by collaborating on year long projects. Both are key standards in the World Language Curriculum. The German students are in Hilliard until October 8.