Our youngest students use puppets and songs to get comfortable with new sounds, while playing games and learning about Latin American culture. Students learn the basics of how to read and write as well as how to speak and understand the oral language. They are exposed to the cultures of Spanish-speaking countries through celebrations, music, and observances of Hispanic traditions such as Dia de los muertos and Las posadas.

Starting in seventh grade, students may choose whether to continue Spanish or switch to Latin. Students who have successfully completed the course work of Spanish I in eighth grade can generally enter the second year of high school Spanish.
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