• ❝To have another language is to possess a second soul.❞
    ‒Charlemagne

     

    ! Bienvenido a mi clase de Espanol !

     

     

     

     

     ¡BIENVENIDOS!  Welcome to Spanish I, II and III students!  

    Ponder  High School — Spanish I, II and III Course Syllabus 2019-2020 

    Teacher: Mrs. Youssef        Phone: 940-479-8382

    Email: ayoussef@ponderisd.net    Conference period: 3rd period, 9:42-10:28am

     

    *Parents: please read the corresponding  syllabus with your student then sign and return the last page to Mrs. Youssef by Friday, August 23th, 2019. This is the first grade of the six weeks!!

    Every class has a different Syllabus and hard copy of this electronic one are going to be givving to every student on Monday!


    Spanish I.

    COURSE DESCRIPTION:

     

    This course is designed to provide students with fundamental knowledge of the Spanish language, as well as the culture and history of the Spanish-speaking world. Students will have daily assignments, as well as numerous vocabulary and grammar tests. Students will work both individually and in groups to complete daily assignments or dialogues practicing Spanish grammar and vocabulary. Each chapter covers a different element of the Spanish language, such as food, the classroom, and entertainment. Additionally, in each chapter, students learn about different Spanish-speaking countries and regions. There will also be various projects over Spanish-speaking countries, famous Spanish-speakers, etc

    Students will learn to speak, read, and write in Spanish through practice, role-playing, conversation and self-expressive projects.   Spanish I is a required course to satisfy 1 of 2 foreign language requirements to graduate.



    Textbook:   Pearson- Texas Autentico Volume 1,

     

    SUPPLIES NEEDED (please bring to class by Monday, August 20):

    • Pencil/pen (you need to bring your own EVERY day to class!)
    • 1 three-ring binder OR 1 folder with pockets (bring everyday to class)
    • 1 spiral notebook (bring everyday to class)
    • One of the following for classroom use:
      • 1 box of tissues
      • 1 bottle of hand sanitizer
      • 1 package of Expo markers
      • 1 package of pencils
      • Clorox wipes

     

    CLASSROOM EXPECTATIONS:  I want all students to ARISE to the following expectations…

    A: Accountability = Come to class with all supplies, ready to learn

    R: Respect = Watch your mouth! Be Courteous and Respectful to your teacher, classmates, and all property in the classroom

    I: Involved = Know when to Participate in class and when to Stay Quiet

    S: Safety = Keep hands and feet to yourself, No airborne objects in class!

    E: Excel = I want you to succeed…ask questions and let me know if you do not understand!

     

    Cell phones, or any other electronic devices will only be permitted when permission has been given to use them as educational tools.

    You are expected to raise your hand and be recognized before speaking.

    You are expected to remain seated unless you have permission to do otherwise. If you need to get up for any reason, please raise your hand.

     

    STUDENTS’ JOBS IN SPANISH CLASS:

    JOB #1:  Watch Your Mouth- Students will exhibit courtesy and respect toward others at all times. Hateful comments concerning race, gender, sexuality, political views, appearance, or of any other type will not be tolerated; this applies to serious as well as "joking" comments.
    JOB #2:  Keep Your Hands and feet to Yourself- If you are bothering someone else, you are creating a problem.
    JOB #3:  Be responsible- Bring what you need for class every day (chromebook, pencil, paper).  If you don’t have it, get it before class begins. Do not use your phone in class.
    JOB #4:  Leave the Food at Home- Students may not eat or drink in the classroom. This includes gum and candy.
    JOB #5: I Need Your Eyes & Ears- Students may not use headphones or sleep in class. To prevent this, student eyes and ears must be open and visible to the instructor at all times.
    JOB #6: Nothing Goes Airborne- Nothing will go airborne in class at any time. This includes pens, paper, and other students.

     

    CONSEQUENCES: Students who choose not to follow these rules will receive consequences, which include but are not limited to: verbal warning, loss of privileges, seat change, parent contact, detention, and/or office referral. In case of a detention, students will receive a detention slip; have it signed by parent and return to me. Detentions will be in room 123 from 7:25-7:55am, or from 3:30- 4:00pm. A skipped or forgotten detention will result in an office referral.

     

    GRADING:  Grades are according to PISD's scale: A=90-100, B=80-89, C=70-79, F= Below 70

    -Tests and projects                          50%

            -Daily:Quizzes, participation, In-class assignments ,homework:     50%




    COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES: This portion of your grade includes listening, reading, writing and speaking activities that take place during class or as homework.  Students are expected to participate in class and practice their Spanish. Part of this grade will include occasional “Participation” grades. Keep this grade up by answering questions, participating in speaking activities, cooperating in group activities, and listening well.

     

    CALENTAMIENTO (bellwork):  A section of your Spanish notebook will be for your daily CALENTAMIENTO activities.  Make sure you write the DATE for each bell-work.  The first day you are back in class after an absence you must have the date signed by me; you do not need to makeup the bellwork.  Every Friday you will turn in your completed bellwork for a homework grade. Points will be taken off any blank bellwork entries.

     

    LATE WORK:  Work is due when the student arrives in class.  Work is considered late if it is not done, forgotten at home, or lost.  My late policy is as follows: 1 day late = minus 30 points, 2 days late = minus 50 points, and 3+ days late = a zero for that assignment.

     

    MAKE-UP WORK:  When a student is absent, it is the student's responsibility to make arrangements with me to obtain and complete make-up work. Students have the number of days absent plus one day to complete all work.  Students must make up missed tests, quizzes, listening and speaking activities before or after school.

     

    CELL PHONES/CHROMEBOOKS:  Students are expected to bring their Chromebook (and headphones, if possible) to class every day.  We will use them on a daily basis. Cell phones will not be allowed in class unless the teacher specifically says so for the lesson.  When permission has NOT been given, any cell phone or personal device seen or heard will be TAKEN UP by the teacher. Cell phones will be turned in to the office and Mr. Waldo will charge $15 to get the device back.

    CHEATING POLICY:

    Cheating or copying is not allowed under any circumstances and earns an automatic zero for the assignment.This includes:

    • Using a computer program to translate ( I will know!!!)
    • Placing your name on an assignment that you did not do.
    • Giving and receiving answers on individual assignments or during testing.



    RESTROOM USE:  As a general rule, students will not be allowed to use the restroom during class. If it is an emergency, and the student can ask in Spanish (“¿Puedo ir al baño? Es una emergencia.”), they will be permitted to go.

     

    POLICY ON RETAKES:

    **FAILED HOMEWORK GRADES CANNOT BE MADE UP WITHOUT COMING TO TUTORING BEFORE OR AFTER SCHOOL**

     

    To retest a failed TEST or QUIZ

    1. Original test grade must be below a 70.
    2. 70 is the HIGHEST grade that can be achieved on a retest.
    3. Take the test during my conference period, before school, or after school.

     

    TUTORING:

    Tutoring for Spanish I is available and encouraged! You do not have to have a failing or low grade to receive tutoring! I would love to help you better understand the difficult concepts taught in Spanish I. I am available daily before or after school or during 3rd  period if you would like help. Please contact me beforehand so we can schedule a time to meet.

     

    PARENTS: PHS VIDEO POLICY:  Any movie rated other than “G” requires parent/guardian permission.  Please sign the attached paper if you give your student permission to view a movie that is rated other than “G”.  If you have any concerns or questions, please contact me; I am happy to give you more information about the movies we will watch.  Thank you!!

     

    CLASS PROCEDURES

    - Please arrive to class and be in your assigned seat on time. Upon entering the classroom, please use this time before class to make sure you have everything you need (sharpened pencils, tissue, etc.). If the door is closed, please knock briefly and courteously, then wait patiently.

    - By the bell, all students should be working on their warm-up assignment. The assignment will be listed on the whiteboard and should be started before the bell rings. Bell-work is required and is part of the students’ graded assignments.

    - By the bell, please have your homework on your desk ready to be picked up. It will be collected when the bell rings at the beginning of every class period. If turned in after that point, it will be considered LATE.

    - Please work independently unless you are working on group assignments.

    - When I need your attention or when I need to quiet the class, I will raise my hand and count down (TRES, DOS, UNO). You are expected to stop writing, drawing, reading, or conversing and give me your full attention.

    - Remember, the bell does not dismiss the class, your teacher does. Please clean up any mess made before leaving. Please do not pack up to leave until I announce that you can do so.

    Procedures may be changed or added, but will be rehearsed and discussed with the class.

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at  ayoussef@ponderisd.net or call me at school during my conference period: 3rd(10:55-11:40am) at 254-694-3457.

    Thank you and I am looking forward to a great year!











    Spanish II

      ¡BIENVENIDOS!  Welcome to Spanish II! 

    Ponder  High School — Spanish I Course Syllabus 2019-2020

     

    Teacher: Mrs. Youssef         Phone: 940-479-8382

    Email: ayoussef@ponderisd.net   Conference period: 3rd period, 9:42-10:28am

     

    *Parents: please read this syllabus with your student then sign and return the last page to Mrs. Youssef by Friday, August 23th, 2019. This is the first grade of the six weeks!!

     

    This course is designed to provide students with fundamental knowledge of the Spanish language, as well as the culture and history of the Spanish-speaking world. Students will have daily assignments, as well as numerous vocabulary and grammar tests. Students will work both individually and in groups to complete daily assignments or dialogues practicing Spanish grammar and vocabulary. Each chapter covers a different element of the Spanish language, such as food, the classroom, and entertainment. Additionally, in each chapter, students learn about different Spanish-speaking countries and regions. There will also be various projects over Spanish-speaking countries, famous Spanish-speakers, etc

    Students will learn to speak, read, and write in Spanish through practice, role-playing, conversation and self-expressive projects.   Spanish II is a required course to satisfy the 2 years of foreign language requirements to graduate.

     

    The grade you earn in this class will directly impact your high school GPA. Therefore, an exceptional degree of motivation and responsibility is expected from each student. This course provides one credit toward fulfilling the foreign language requirement.

     

    Textbook—Workbook “AUTENTICO LEVEL 2” 

    Technology Resources: www.pearsontexas.com, quizlet.com, google classrooms and Sr.Wooly

    SUPPLIES NEEDED (please bring to class by Tuesday, August 20):

     

    • Pencil/pen (you need to bring your own EVERY day to class!
    • 1 three-ring binder OR 1  spiral notebook ( for notes bring everyday to class)
    • 1 folder with pockets (bring everyday to class)
    • One of the following for classroom use:
    • 1 box of tissues
    • 1 bottle of hand sanitizer 
    • 1 package of Expo markers
    • 1 package of pencils
    • Clorox wipes 

     

    Everything we do in class, and I do mean EVERYTHING, goes in the notebook  or folder. This includes notes, daily activities, handouts, worksheets, etc. EVERYTHING! As a result, students are able to quickly access

    information and get started on assignments. I do during the school year several notebook checks.

     

    Student’s conduct

    Basic school and district policies and responsibilities will be adhered to in all class activities

     

    • Respect and honor the rights, feelings, and ideas of others.
    • Use appropriate language
    • Allow others to speak without interruptions
    • Stay within your personal space
    • - When I need your attention or when I need to quiet the class, I will raise my hand and count down (TRES, DOS, UNO). You are expected to stop writing, drawing, reading, or conversing and give me your full attention.
    • Recognize and comply with the teacher’s instructions
    • Remain seated until dismissed. Please clean up any mess made before leaving. Please do not back up to leave until I announce that you can do so.
    • Respond promptly to directions
    • Do all my work when given and work independently unless you are working on group assignments.
    • I will not use the following without permission of the teacher:
    • Chromebook or  any other electronic devices  including CELL PHONES or earphones . These devices will only be permitted when permission has been given to use them as educational tools.
    • Teacher’s personal items
    • I will do the following:

     

     

     

    • Bring my necessary supplies to class (notebook, book, pen or pencil, folder etc.)
    •  My homework . Please have your homework on your desk ready to be picked up. It will be collected when the bell rings at the beginning of every class period. If you turned after that point, it will be considered LATE.
    • Be prepared every day for class
    • Study 
    • Be on time to class
    • Have an open mind when learning 

     

     

    CLASS PROCEDURES

    Expectations

    Student’s Role:

     

    • Follow all classroom and school rules;
    • Bring his/her materials to class each day;
    • Complete assigned work on time and to the best of his/her ability;
    • Assume responsibility for making up work when absent;
    • Pay attention and participate in the classroom instructions;
    • Demonstrate courtesy by: showing respect for the rights, privileges and safety of fellow students and adults; always being polite;
    • Ask for help when needed;
    • Do quality work;
    • Learn Spanish.

     

     

    CONSEQUENCES: Students who choose not to follow these rules will receive consequences, which include but are not limited to: verbal warning, loss of privileges, seat change, parent contact, detention, and/or an office referral. In case of a detention, students will receive a detention slip; have it signed by parent and return to me. Detentions will be in room 123 from 7:25-7:55am, or from 3:30- 4:00pm. A skipped or forgotten detention will result in an office referral.

    Negative Consequences

    1st Verbal warning-student teacher conference

    2nd Removal of disruptive student out in the hall

    3rd Detention and Parent Contact

    4th Referral to Principal

    **For severe offenses Step 1-3 may be omitted

     

     



    GRADING:  Grades are according to PISD's scale: A=90-100, B=80-89, C=70-79, F= Below 70

    -Tests and projects                         50%

             -Daily:Quizzes, participation, In-class assignments ,homework:     50%




    COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES: This portion of your grade includes listening, reading, writing and speaking activities that take place during class or as homework.  Students are expected to participate in class and practice their Spanish. Part of this grade will include occasional “Participation” grades. Keep this grade up by answering questions, participating in speaking activities, cooperating in group activities, and listening well. 

     

    LATE WORK:  Work is due when the student arrives in class.  Work is considered late if it is not done, forgotten at home, or lost.  My late policy is as follows: 1 day late = minus 30 points, 2 days late = minus 50 points, and 3+ days late = a zero for that assignment. 

     

    MAKE-UP WORK:  When a student is absent, it is the student's responsibility to make arrangements with me to obtain and complete make-up work. Students have the number of days absent plus one day to complete all work.  Students must make up missed tests, quizzes, listening and speaking activities before or after school.  

     

    CELL PHONES/CHROMEBOOKS:  Students are expected to bring their Chromebook and headphones  to class every day. We will use them on a daily basis. Chromebooks are permitted for in-class activities.Doing work for another class is not permitted.E-mail, games, etc. are not to be accessed during class.Only web surfing specifically tied to the lesson is permitted. Chrombebooks must be charged at home .

     

    Cell phones will not be allowed in class. Any cell phone or personal device seen or heard will be TAKEN UP by the teacher.  Cell phones will be turned in to the office and Mr. Roberts will charge $15 to get the device back.

     

    QUIZZES:

    -Quizzes will be given weekly regarding vocab., grammar, listening, speaking, writing,

    and/or reading comprehension.

    -They will be announced at least two days in advance.

    -“Pop” quizzes are generally not given, but I reserve the right to change that policy.

    TESTS:

    -Tests will be given after the end of each chapter.

    -Tests/Exams will be given at the end of each quarter/semester. They will be cumulative.

    -Oral vocabulary Test “Charades” they will be given at the beginning of each unit.After the vocabulary review of the unit.

     

    CHEATING POLICY:

    Cheating or copying is not allowed under any circumstances and earns an automatic zero for the assignment or Test.This includes:

     

    • Using a computer program to translate ( I will know!!!)
    • Placing your name on an assignment that you did not do.
    • Giving and receiving answers on individual assignments or during testing.
    • -Students found plagiarizing from fellow students, printed or online resources,
    • copying, or allowing someone else to copy homework, quizzes, tests, written/oral
    • assignments, etc. will receive a ZERO, be referred to the Dean, and parents will be
    • notified. Moreover, this policy will be strictly enforced with regard to written and oral
    • assignments.
    • -Online and webpage translators are forbidden! Work must reflect the individual
    • student’s ability in the target language and not someone else’s.

     

     

    RESTROOM USE:  

     

    As a general rule, students will not be allowed to use the restroom during class. If it is an emergency and  necessary to go to the restroom or office will be only after the 15 minutes of class. You will be required to sign your name and get the pass.Please understand that this is a privilege don’t abuse it or you will choose to lose it.



    POLICY ON RETAKES: 

    **FAILED HOMEWORK GRADES CANNOT BE MADE UP WITHOUT COMING TO TUTORING BEFORE OR AFTER SCHOOL**

     

     To retest a failed TEST or QUIZ

     

    • Original test grade must be below a 70.
    • 70 is the HIGHEST grade that can be achieved on a retest.
    • Take the test during my conference period, before school, or after school.

     

     

    TUTORING:

    Tutoring for Spanish I is available and encouraged! You do not have to have a failing or low grade to receive tutoring! I would love to help you better understand the difficult concepts taught in Spanish I. I am available daily before or after school or during 3rd  period if you would like help. Please contact me beforehand so we can schedule a time to meet. 

     

    PARENTS: PHS VIDEO POLICY:  Any movie rated other than “G” requires parent/guardian permission.  Please sign the attached paper if you give your student permission to view a movie that is rated other than “G”.  If you have any concerns or questions, please contact me; I am happy to give you more information about the movies we will watch.  Thank you!!

     

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at  ayoussef@ponderisd.net or call me at school during my conference period: 3rd(10:55-11:40am) at 254-694-3457. 

     

    Thank you and I am looking forward to a great year!







    DUE: Tuesday, Aug. 20th           Please keep the attached syllabus for your reference.

     

    I have read the syllabus and understand the expectations for this class and the consequences if I do not do what is expected of me.

     

    Student signature: __________________________    Parent signature: ________________________________

     

    Parent’s Preferred Contact info: _______________________________________________________________

     

    Occasionally as we study certain units or countries, we watch videos or movies that are related to our content.  My son/daughter IS ALLOWED to watch movies rated other than “G” in Spanish:

     

    PG: ______YES _____NO

    PG-13: ______YES _____NO

     

       

    Student Personal Survey:

     

    • What is your full name?  _____________________________________________________________________________
    • Do you have access to the internet at home?   _______ YES ________ NO 
    • Do you have any food allergies?  ___________________________________________________
    • How old are you?   __________ When is your birthday?    _________ / __________ / __________
    • List all the people/pets that live in your household.  (Example: mom, step-dad, 2 brothers, grandma and 15 cats) ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________
    • What is your favorite….

     

    Car/Truck  ____________________________ Sport / Activity  _________________________________

    Food ________________________________      Actor/Actress  __________________________________

    TV show/Movie _______________________ Song/Band ____________________________________



     

     

    Spanish III

      ¡BIENVENIDOS!  Welcome to Spanish I! 

    Ponder  High School — Spanish III Course Syllabus 2018-2019

    Libro de Texto: Auténtico Nivel 3 - Pearson

    Teacher: Mrs. Youssef         Phone: 940-479-8382

    Email: ayoussef@ponderisd.net Conference period: 3rd period, 9:42-10:28am

    *Parents: please read this syllabus with your student then sign and return the last page to Mrs. Youssef by Friday, August 23th, 2019. This is the first grade of the six weeks.

    Level 3 offers thought-provoking thematic chapters that integrate rich vocabulary groups and a thorough presentation of grammar.  In addition, chapter activities combine communication, and culture with authentic literature and poetry. Furthermore, this course allows the students to utilize their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in an effective way by incorporating the 5Cs, which consists of Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons and Communities, into each Unit.

    CLASSROOM GUIDELINES AND RULES:

     I expect that we will work together to create an enjoyable classroom environment in which you and I can grow and learn. USE OF THE TARGET LANGUAGE IN THE CLASSROOM.The pivotal role of target-language interaction in language learning is emphasized in the K-16 Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century. ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) therefore recommends that language educators and their students use the target language. I will provide comprehensible input that is directed toward communicative goals;  make meaning clear through body language, gestures, and visual support; conduct comprehension checks to ensure understanding; negotiate meaning with students and encourage negotiation among students; elicit talk that increases in fluency, accuracy, and complexity over time; encourage self-expression and spontaneous use of language; teach students strategies for requesting clarification and assistance when faced with comprehension difficulties; offer feedback to assist and improve students’ ability to interact orally in the target language.

    . All school rules should be observed (consult your Student Handbook for more information). 

    • Follow appropriate student dress code. 
    • Follow the discipline policy posted in  student code of conduct.
    • All PERSONAL ELECTRONIC DEVICES should be TURNED OFF DURING CLASS, and MUST be placed in the area designated by the teacher. 
    • No food and/or drinks are allowed in class (including gum and candy).
    • The Chromebook is considered a classroom tool. The teacher will indicate the appropriate activities and time to use it. Failure to comply with the teacher’s instructions will result in a referral.

     BE RESPECTFUL with your teachers and with other students.

    • Arrive ON TIME to class (*see TARDY POLICY) 
    • Listen when somebody else is speaking (don’t get distracted or distract others during instruction). 

     BE RESOURCEFUL…recycle what your already know and use it! Take an active role in your learning. 

     Use ALL the resources available. 

    • Come prepared with materials every day and make sure you are ready BEFORE class starts. 

    .NEED HELP?  I will be happy to stay after school, with one day advance notice. If you need help, please do not hesitate to come in. 

    .WORKBOOK POLICY The main objective of the Spanish workbook is to reinforce at home the material learned in class. Students receive points for each assigned activity they complete. The following rules and guidelines will facilitate the use and grading of your workbook. 1. Write your name on every front page and all sides of the workbook. 2. Do not do the work or answer the questions 

    1. Under no circumstances  should a student be in possession of another student’s workbook. This is considered CHEATING and will result in a Referral. 

    .BINDER GUIDELINES The goals of having a binder for this class are to learn organizational skills, to have hard copies of vocabulary and grammar notes, to create a portfolio of progress and accomplishments, and to generate review pages to help you study for quizzes, tests, and finals. 

    .GRADING:  Grades are according to PISD's scale: A=90-100, B=80-89, C=70-79, F= Below 70

    -Tests and projects                         50%

     -Daily:Quizzes, participation, In-class assignments ,homework:     50%

    .LATE WORK:  Work is due when the student arrives in class.  Work is considered late if it is not done, forgotten at home, or lost.  My late policy is as follows: 1 day late = minus 30 points, 2 days late = minus 50 points, and 3+ days late = a zero for that assignment. 

    .MAKE-UP WORK:  When a student is absent, it is the student's responsibility to make arrangements with me to obtain and complete make-up work. Students have the number of days absent plus one day to complete all work.  Students must make up missed tests, quizzes, listening and speaking activities before or after school.  

    .CHEATING POLICY:

    Cheating or copying is not allowed under any circumstances and earns an automatic zero for the assignment or Test. This includes:

    Using a computer program to translate ( I will know!!!),

    Placing your name on an assignment that you did not do, giving and receiving answers on individual assignments or during testing, students found plagiarizing from fellow students, printed or online resources,

    copying, or allowing someone else to copy homework, quizzes, tests, written/oral

    assignments, etc. will receive a ZERO, be referred to the principal and parents will be

    notified. 

    -Online and webpage translators are forbidden! Work must reflect the individual

    student’s ability in the target language and not someone else’s.

    .RESTROOM USE:  

    As a general rule, students will not be allowed to use the restroom during class. If it is an emergency and  necessary to go to the restroom or office will be only after the 15 minutes of class. You will be required to sign your name and get the pass.Please understand that this is a privilege don’t abuse it or you will choose to lose it. • Restroom breaks will be restricted and should be no longer than 5 minutes. (unless indicated differently by the nurse’s office).

    .POLICY ON RETAKES: 

    **FAILED HOMEWORK GRADES CANNOT BE MADE UP WITHOUT COMING TO TUTORING BEFORE OR AFTER SCHOOL**

     To retest a failed TEST or QUIZ

    1. Original test grade must be below a 70.
    2. 70 is the HIGHEST grade that can be achieved on a retest.
    3. Take the test during my conference period, before school, or after school.

    TUTORING:

    Tutoring for Spanish III is available and encouraged! You do not have to have a failing or low grade to receive tutoring! I would love to help you better understand the difficult concepts taught in Spanish I. I am available daily before or after school or during 3rd  period if you would like help. Please contact me beforehand so we can schedule a time to meet. 

    PARENTS: PHS VIDEO POLICY:  Any movie rated other than “G” requires parent/guardian permission.  Please sign the attached paper if you give your student permission to view a movie that is rated other than “G”.  If you have any concerns or questions, please contact me; I am happy to give you more information about the movies we will watch.  Thank you!!

    If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at  ayoussef@ponderisd.net or call me at school during my conference period: 3rd(10:55-11:40am) at 254-694-3457. 

    Thank you and I am looking forward to a great year!

    Ana Youssef






    DUE: Tuesday, Aug. 20           Please keep the attached syllabus for your reference.

     

    I have read the syllabus and understand the expectations for this class and the consequences if I do not do what is expected of me.

     

    Student signature: __________________________    Parent signature: ________________________________

     

    Parent’s Preferred Contact info: _______________________________________________________________

     

    Occasionally as we study certain units or countries, we watch videos or movies that are related to our content.  My son/daughter IS ALLOWED to watch movies rated other than “G” in Spanish:

     

    PG: ______YES _____NO

    PG-13: ______YES _____NO