Edgar and Nurse Julie hung out in Latin 2 class earlier this week. Students enjoyed his visit and Edgar was happy to help provide a little relaxation for the students.
Our Latin 3 students recently had a fun time dressing up for the Ides of March!
This past week the Spanish Club hosted chef Hector Esteve, owner of Paella at Your Place to share his story, explain how to make paella, and to cook for us! He made a wonderful traditional Spanish dish called paella that had many students asking for seconds! Spanish 2 classes had learned previously in class what … Read more
Last week Spanish 2 students simulated a restaurant experience by using menus that they had written. The menus contained vocabulary from the unit as well as special dishes from the country each had selected. The currency and flag colors were represented on the menu as well. Three students went to the “restaurant” together so others … Read more
Every year on February 2, France observes “La Chandeleur”, also known as Candlemas: A catholic holiday which is exactly 40 days after Christmas. This day is dedicated to eating crêpes, and NDA French students and staff did exactly that! Madame Otto made over 150 crêpes!
Twenty Spanish students from all four grade levels participated in Christmas giving to Latino families in the area by volunteering at Be Concerned on Wednesday, December 22. They gave up their first afternoon of Christmas vacation to give food items to needy families. The students enjoyed speaking with the families as they handed them their … Read more
¡Muchas felicidades to our many award winners! Students in all levels of Spanish participated in the National Spanish Exam. Check out our winners below. We are so proud of you! SPANISH 6: Silver: Maggie Perez SPANISH 4 Silver: Megan Chun Paige Donnelly Emily Walden Bronze: Lizzie Chun Molly Chun Grace Heberling Lauren Heupel Clare Hooper … Read more
The dual credit Latin students have been reading a variety of Latin authors in class this year, but this semester they have focused on the poetry of a Roman author named Catullus. The students recently completed a unit on paleography, or the study of manuscripts, which is the means by which these roughly two-thousand-year-old Latin … Read more
Congratulations to our newest inductees for our language honor societies! This past week students who have maintained high achievement for three semesters in language studies were inducted into their respective honor societies. The students pledged that they would continue their language and cultural studies and received their certificates. Senior Paige Donnelly shared her experiences studying … Read more