World Language Students Goals
By the end of this school year, Spanish students will be able to:
- Demonstrate effective reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension skills.
- Will develop an understanding and appreciation of other cultures’ practices and contributions.
- Will gain insight into how studying a second language connects to their other school subjects and personal lives.
World Language Teachers’ Belief Statement
The World Language Teachers believe that with professional growth, communication, and a commitment to our students, we can achieve greater continuity, build relationships with students, and create a professional learning environment that supports our students’ acquisition of a second language, appreciation for other cultures, and awareness of how studying a second language connects many areas of their lives.
Karen Kelley (Co-Dept Head)
Colleen Wielosinski (Co-Dept Head)