Students in all levels of Spanish classes here in Lyndonville were recently given the opportunity to help victims affected by Hurricane María. Students decided to collect personal care items which would then be sent directly to Puerto Rico to help fellow American citizens suffering though this catastrophic natural disaster. 115 more words
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I blame my lack of Spanish proficiency on my fifth grade teacher, Ms. Craiger. When the school year began, one of the key selling points of her classroom agenda was that we would spend time each Friday learning Spanish words and phrases. 2,741 more words
Friendship brought Jessica Acosta to cheerleading, and friendship is keeping her there.
The Coupeville High School sophomore, who is entering her first season with the Wolf cheer squad, is a firm believer in the Ohana lifestyle which springs from being part of a team. 302 more words
I am excited for class tomorrow because I have a PLAN. I have been writing a story to use that meshes well with comprehensible input. I have thrown in some of the Sweet 16 vocabulary that my students already know along with some solid descriptions of our characters…I am ready! 21 more words