Today is:


Upcoming Athletic Event  
 


Friday, Jan. 19th -
- JVG/JVB/VG/VB Basketball teams will travel to Cardinal.  Games will begin at 5:00 PM.  JVG Grils will play 2 quarters, JVB game will start at approximately 5:30 PM in the samll gym.  VG will play at 6:00 PM.  Bus will leave HTC at 2:50 PM and West Point at 3:05 PM.  Please dismiss the team at 2:40 PM
- Jr. High Boys Basketball team will travel to Van Buren to play at 4:30 PM.  Team will leave at 3:00 PM.  Pleas dismiss the team at 2:50 PM
Saturday, Jan. 20th -
- JVG/JVB/VG/VB Basketball teams will play at Fort Madison High School beginning at 2:00 PM.  This is Fort Madison's Cake Auction.  Varsity Boy's game will begin at approximately 7:00 PM
Monday, Jan. 22nd -
- JVG/JVB Basketball teams will host Central Lee.  Games will begin at 6:00 PM
- Jr. High Boys Basketball team will travel to Central Lee.  Game will begin at 4:30 PM.  Team will leave at 3:30 PM
Tuesday, Jan. 23rd -
-  VG/VB Basketball teams will host Central Lee.  Games will begin at 6:00 PM
Thursday, Jan. 25th -

- JVG/JVB Basketball teams will host New London.  Game will begin at 6:00 PM
- Jr. High Boys Basketball team will host Danville.  Games will begin at 4:30 PM
Friday, Jan. 26th -
- JVG/JVB/VG/VB Basketball teams will travel to Danville.  Games will begin at 4:30 PM. Bus will leave HTC at 3:20 PM and West Point at 3:35 PM

 

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Foreign Language

Spanish 1

(2 Semesters) *9-10-11-12
1 Credit

Spanish 1 is designed to give students a good background in mastering simple Spanish through visualized vocabulary, listening skills, reading, speaking, comprehension and basic writing. These elements will prepare the students for further learning of the Spanish language at higher levels. Basic vocabulary and grammar exercises continue through short, engaging, reading.

Spanish 2

(2 Semesters) *10-11-12
1 Credit

This course is a review of grammar and vocabulary of Spanish 1 and continuation of the study of vocabulary and verbs. The sentence structure becomes more complex and is practiced through new vocabulary and grammar and comprehensible input that integrates visual and text with audio and video, listening and comprehension. Extra practice is available in the practice workbook and online. Writing exercises, dictation, translations and dialogues are very important to practice speaking and are part of this course. Also, oral and writing presentations are included.

Spanish 3

(2 Semesters) *11-12
1 Credit
Spanish 3 includes a review of grammar and vocabulary as presented in Spanish 1 and Spanish 2. Students are exposed to larger vocabularies and more advanced grammar structures. The students will apply their language skills with a lot of activities that include culturally authentic readings, performance-based speaking, writing, tasks, and videos. Connections to other discipline, cross-curricular connections are integrated into language practice. Students will increase their basic language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. Culture is also put together with language practice in this course.

Spanish 4

(2 Semesters) *12
1 Credit
Spanish 4 will continue with advanced grammar and vocabulary. Students "pull it together" by having a conversation using complex language and dealing with more extensive issues and better use of grammar. They produce dialogues and readings in oral and writing presentations. There is emphasis on new vocabulary and grammar. The students continue using longer narratives in stories, reality and dialogues. Students also transition to paired practice activities that focus on the new vocabulary. There is also emphasis on the study of Spanish culture, history and literature as well as oral proficiency, translation and written compositions.