More than 600 north country students got to enjoy singing and dancing at Sackets Harbor Central Tuesday.
Nine school districts split the cost of a flamenco show. The performance included traditional songs and dances from different Hispanic countries.
Sackets Harbor Principal Amy Horack says the show is a great way to immerse students who take Spanish.
"Many of our students here in the north country are not going to have the opportunity to travel to Central America, South America or Spain," she said, "so it's one way we can bring them here and they can see a variety of different Spanish dances from all over the world."
The performances were arranged to make sure students got the chance to take in the show.