Students are expected to do Duolingo everyday during the school week. Students have to complete 50XP points per day, totaling 250 per week.
Don’t forget 8th grade, tomorrow 11/17/16 is our field trip to the International Film Festival.
Make sure all of your permission forms are turned in to Ms. Arroyo ASAP!
1. Wear your uniforms.
2. Bring a snack for before we leave.
3. Bring your lunch for when we return in the afternoon.
4. NO electronics are allowed on the trip.
The payment for the field trip is automatically taken out of students’ accounts, if you sent in cash or checks they were returned to the students today.
If you have any questions please email Ms. Arroyo,
Good Evening Students! It has been a pleasure reading your essays and your thoughts on the importance of learning a foreign language. I have many applicants, and have not read through them all quite yet.
I will be updating this post frequently as I accept students, and I will also give every student the same consideration. As you all know, the last few weeks have been rather hectic, but to get the show started I will begin posting the names of the applicants I have so far read and accepted.
If you do not right away see your name please do not fret, as I am still in the process of reading all of the essays, and checking GPAs. Don’t forget students acceptance is provisional, if your GPAs change you can be removed from the society. The fee is due within two weeks of acceptance.
I promised today Friday, and Friday it shall be!
Students who have made Spanish Honor Society so far:
4º grade: Max Irizarry & Jeffrey Jesuit
5º grade: Melissa Cormack & Sean White
6º grado: Charlie Roberts & Harrison Desmarais
7º grado: Will Molony & Sonia Kuchinic
8º grado: Elliot Zubkus & Lauren Hall
Awesome Superstar: Dmytro Olyva
For never saying: “I can’t, I won’t, or I don’t know how”, you simply showed initiative and leadership, tried your hardest, and knew when to ask for help! For that, congratulations you are the students of the week!View More
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This year the students will be studying Spanish with a stronger cultural context that will be supplemented with Spanish grammar. Students will embark on virtual tours of the 21 Spanish-speaking countries and learn to apply grammar to everyday life. Students will learn to compare their communities, make connections, and compare their everyday life to those of Spanish-speaking countries. Students will learn to communicate in the target language. The goal is for students to be novice-high fluent by the end of the year according to ACTFL guidelines.