This will be a fun and exciting year, as students are introduced to High School Spanish. My goal is to create a positive, interactive classroom environment where students will learn how to communicate and understand the global world around them! I hope to provide insight from my Spanish heritage and share the love I have for the Spanish language and it's culture. Read on to find out everything you need to know about your class!
Dear Parents and Guardians: ¡Bienvenidos! My name is Johanna Serrano and I will be your child’s Spanish teacher this year. I have been a successful teacher for fifteen years. We are beginning an exciting journey together as your child learns more about the Spanish language and culture . The Spanish courses that I will be teaching this year are IB Spanish V , AP Spanish and MYP. These courses are centered around a communicative approach that incorporates the four main language skills of speaking, listening, reading, and writing that are used in everyday life. Your child will receive Spanish instruction two to three times a week in 90 minutes sessions. In order to supplement the work we do in class, students will be required to complete homework assignments and periodic projects, so please check our Weebly page and Canvas periodically.
Google Voice Phone Number: 864 633-0703
Classroom : S 9
Office hours : 2:15 to 3:30
Remind 101: Your student should have this code Google classroom: Your student should have this code
Canvas Tutoring Sign in - Students will receive tutoring or retakes by appointment only.
1 composition notebook
1 plastic folder with prongs and sheet protectors ( needed for tutoring sections )
Pencils and pens
Different color highlighters
Class needed items
copy paper or colored copy paper
antibacterial surface wipes
Attendance Recovery Information
Hola chicos ,
Official Attendance Recovery begins Thursday April 25 after school. Students should report directly to the cafeteria; they will have access to Chromebooks. Students are allowed to make up time with you or another teacher as well; please ensure it's recorded in the Google form (below). Also, students may not bank time; they may only start making up time after they've reached their 11th absence.