Supplies for my classes are listed below in "Posts".
I have been teaching Spanish since 1997 when I moved to Texas and started my career at Tomball Junior High. Since then I have taught Spanish to students from Kindergarten to High School in several districts, but I returned to Tomball in 2009 to teach Spanish at Willow Wood Junior High.

For the 2021-2022 school year I will be teaching the Spanish 1 for high school credit, Introduction to Spanish and  Discovering Languages and Cultures, where we focus on French and German.
 Outside of the classroom I am a band mom with 10th and 12th graders who  participate in the fabulous program we have here on the south side of Tomball. I also have a Junior at Michigan State University (Go Green!) .  Mr. Chojnacki is a science teacher in another district.

 Covid Update: I have an autoimmune disease called Ankylosing Spondylitis. Before Covid I was already at  high risk for a more severe case of the flu and other viruses. Since my diagnosis 8 years ago,  I have had policies and procedures in my classroom to try and lessen my exposure. I will be wearing a mask this year.



Upcoming Grades

Daily grades: Flashcards for Unit 1.1 Due 9/15 for full credit
                        Vocabulary  1.1 Recognition Quiz-Friday 9/17
Major Grades: Vocabulary 1.1 Test Wednesday 9/22
                          1.1 Unit Test-currently scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 29th
                                               (date subject to change to Thursday or Friday)

Supplies for the 2021-2022 School Year

If you have Spanish 1 for the 2021-2022 school year, please start the year with  headphones (with a jack) 1 inch binder, loose leaf paper (college rule preferred), pencils, pens (blue or black), 3 dividers, (any kind, pocket helpful),  and hand sanitizer.
If you have  Introduction to Spanish on your schedule for the 2021-2022 school year, please have a plastic folder with brads and spiral notebook (80 pages). 1 plastic sheet protector would be helpful but  is not 100% necessary. We will also occasionally be using colored pencils.