Maybe you have seen the 3 new scholars in the stairways?
Here is more information about them:
Isabel, Sandiago, and Andres Ibarra are from Utah, USA.
Isabel is 12, Sandiago is 14, and Andres is 16.
Their father works at a university in Vienna, which is why they are staying in Austria for a year. Although they find it hard to learn German, they have already found many friends. They came here at the end of September. Isabel says :“The children are much nicer here and the teachers are, too.“
The Ibarra family is from Mexico, that’s why they can speak Spanish. Sandiago says: „Austria is very interesting because of its history.“
I hope you know the Ibarra kids better now and that you will meet them soon. You can choose between three languages to talk to them ;-).
Here some facts about Utah:
Utah is on of USAs 50 states, the capital is Salt Lake City. Utah is also called „the beehive state“ („Bienenkorb-Staat“), because the Mormons, who founded Utah, made the beehive as a symbol of diligence the states symbol – as you can see in the flag.
Some of America’s most famous national parks are situated in Utah, Arches & Zion Nationalpark, Bryce Canyon and Monument Valley