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Subjects Taught
Spanish I, Spanish II


Master of Arts in Teaching                             Georgia College & State University

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, Psychology           Georgia College & State University

Associate of Science in Teacher Education        Waycross College

I have had the privilege of teaching at Pierce County High School since Fall, 2005. 



I am one of two Spanish teachers at Pierce County High School.  I am the Colorguard Director for our Sound of Silver Marching Band. I was also named the 2010 Teacher of the Year.   

Spanish I is an introductory course in which the student learns to function in the four communication skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing).  Students will learn these skills in an appropriate and useful setting in the target language with the major focus being placed on speaking and comprehension. Students will also learn about Spanish-speaking societies and prominent figures from those societies.