Carmen and Lupita Andrade work together in math class at Nonnewaug High School in Woodbury, Ct. In a class last fall, the twins’ English teacher was describing an assignment to the class, and noted that if they wanted to they could tackle parts of an assignment separately. “You know we can’t be separated,” Carmen quipped.
Carmen and Lupita Andrade work together in math class at Nonnewaug High School in Woodbury, Ct. In a class last fall, the twins’ English teacher was describing an assignment to the class, and noted that if they wanted to they could tackle parts of an assignment separately. “You know we can’t be separated,” Carmen quipped. Cloe Poisson TNS
Carmen and Lupita Andrade work together in math class at Nonnewaug High School in Woodbury, Ct. In a class last fall, the twins’ English teacher was describing an assignment to the class, and noted that if they wanted to they could tackle parts of an assignment separately. “You know we can’t be separated,” Carmen quipped. Cloe Poisson TNS

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