The World Language Department offers programs in Chinese, French, Latin, Russian, and Spanish. The richness and variety of these offerings encourage many students to study more than one language. The ultimate purpose of all language courses is communicative proficiency, a goal requiring commitment over time. To this end, the department recommends that students pursue the study of at least one world language through the upper levels, including level 5, where it is offered.
Week of April 6, Learning Plan Samples
Welcome to this new phase in our distance learning! Your child's teacher has shared this week's course learning plan via Schoology. The attached link list provides you with samples of how various learning plans are structured. To see your child's course-specific weekly plan, please consult Schoology, or reach out directly to the teacher. Welcome back!
March 30 WL Learning Opportunities Link List
Links to all World Language Course Learning Opportunities for the week of March 30.
March 23 WL Learning Opportunity Link List
A link list to allow you access to Learning Opportunities for all our World Language classes for the week of March 23, 2020.
Helena Alfonzo (Spanish)
Aida Alonso Silio (Spanish, French)
Suzann Bedrosian (ASL)
Sarah Bilodeau (French)
Datila Carvalho (Teacher Aide)
Jill Christensen (Russian, Spanish, French)
Ricardo Gessa Abreus (Spanish)
Deborah Hahn (French)
Jennifer Hee (Spanish)
Maureen Maher (Spanish)
Cynthia Manthei de Abadia (Spanish)
Margot Murphy (French)
Suzanne Murphy Ferguson (French)
Stacy Nazzaro (Spanish)
Daniel Orazio (Latin)
Daniel Panero Bertucci (Spanish)
Stephanie Pavao (Spanish)
Viviana Planine (Spanish)
Mary Ann Price (Spanish)
Eva (Yihua) Qin (Chinese)
Ilana Rugg (French)
Lan Lan Sheng Chen (Chinese)
Alexandra Van Buren (Spanish)
Li Jian Zhao (Chinese)