Students who are taking Chinese language classes are slated to compete in a speech contest and talent show today at TCU.
The lineup includes students performing speeches and poetry, singing songs and performing skits.
Students taking Mandarin at Southlake Carroll High last week held their own Chinese New Year variety show with 50 students showcasing their language skills in speeches, martial arts performances, skits, musicals, tongue twisters, singers and a lion dance. Carroll offers Mandarin Chinese 1, 2 and 3 classes and is adding a level 4 class next year.
In addition to Carroll High School, other schools scheduled to compete at the TCU event are Southwest Christian High School, and Richland and Birdville High Schools.