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Classical Foreign Language Department | 2017-2018

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The Benefits of Learning Another Language

"My message to you today is that K-12 schools and higher education institutions must be part of the solution to our national language gap.

The Department of Education plays an important role in supporting second language instruction starting in the earliest grades and to ensure that students are engaged in language all the way through high school.
We have an important responsibility to provide opportunities for those who want to master other languages and prepare them to support America's economic and strategic interests as diplomats, foreign policy analysts, and leaders in the military.

To prosper economically and to improve relations with other countries, Americans need to read, speak and understand other languages. It's absolutely essential for the citizens of the United States to become fluent in other languages—and schools, colleges and universities must include producing bilingual students as a central part of their mission."


Secretary Arne Duncan's Remarks at the Foreign Language Summit

"In the future our students will say: I took several years of language in High School and I use every opportunity to interact with others in the target language." Nicole Sherf Salem State University, Salem MA

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Fátima de Granda-Lyle Department Head    
Angelo Bosco Teacher    
Alice Bradford Teacher    
Carlos Cruz Teacher    
Amber Daniels Latin Teacher    
Deinorah Kraus Spanish Teacher    
Betsaida Ramos-Pachucki Teacher    
Jacklyn Petullo Teacher    
Lourdes Sagardia Teacher    
Charlotte Webber Teacher    
 
Last Website Update: August 23, 2017 7:36 AM
Ms. Lyle Classroom
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Fátima Lyle Foreign Language Department Head | My Email Address
FL I have been teaching in the Lynn Public Schools since 1993, at both the Middle School and High School levels.

I am passionate about teaching and specially my subject, Spanish. I love to share the passion for learning a Foreign Language with my students, as well as, the members of the Classical family.

I currently teach Honors Spanish IV and AP Spanish Language and Culture. I have been an AP College Board exam reader for the last eight (8) years.

As a Department Chair, I have the distinct pleasure of leading a group of very caring professional educators, whose sole mission is to guide our students into becoming life-long learners and appreciate success through hard work.
Mr. Bosco Classroom
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Angelo Bosco      
JA Hello!
Ms. Bradford Classroom
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Alice Bradford      
JA Hello!
Mr. Cruz Classroom
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Carlos Cruz      
JA Hello!
Amber Daniels Classroom
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Amber Daniels Latin    
JA I graduated from UMass Boston in 2013 with my M.A. in Latin and Classical Humanities: Applied Linguistics and have been teaching Latin since then. My first year at Lynn Classical High School is 2016. I not only love teaching a language, but learning languages too.

I studied German, French, and Spanish in high school. I started learning Latin and Ancient Greek as an undergrad at the University of Iowa. It is amazing and wonderful to have so many multilingual students who share that passion for learning.
Ms. Kraus Classroom
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Deinorah Kraus Spanish    
JA My name is Deinorah Kraus and I have been a Spanish teacher at LCHS since 2014. I was born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico and I’m very excited to bring my passion for both the Spanish language and culture, to my classroom every day.

I hold two master’s degrees (MBA and M. Ed. in Special Education) from Endicott College. During college I had the opportunity to study a semester in Toronto, Canada, where I was able to experience first-hand many of the opportunities that having a second language can bring; and that is the message I try to convey to my students during each class.

I love spending my free time traveling around the world and I have been to many countries including France, Germany, Israel, Luxemburg, Canada, Costa Rica, Morocco, to name a few.
Ms. Pachucki Classroom
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Betsaida Ramos-Pachucki Spanish    
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My name is Betsaida “Betsy” Ramos-Pachucki and I have been teaching Spanish since 2005. In 2011, I was fortunate enough to make the transition from private education to Lynn Public Schools where my roots are. I am an alumnus from Colby College and Cambridge College and am currently seeking my second master’s degree from Salem State University.

Here at LCHS, I am involved in the girls’ volleyball program, enjoy making connections with my students, and try to implement my passion for social justice as much as I can.

Ms. Petullo Classroom
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Jacklyn Petullo French    
JP My name is Jackie Petullo, and I have just entered my seventh year teaching. My career at Classical began three years ago when I was immediately impressed with not only the opportunities available to our students, but also with the enthusiasm and pride of all those who make up the Classical family.

I am a graduate of UMass Amherst and was lucky enough to spend a semester in Paris where my love of the French language and culture grew into the passion I now hope to bring into my classroom. I am looking forward to an exciting year and to sharing my knowledge with my students.
Ms. Sagardia Classroom
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Lourdes Sagardia Spanish    
LS Lourdes Sagardia is a Spanish teacher. She began working for the Lynn Public Schools in 1997 as a bilingual elementary teacher at Ingalls Magnet School. She started working as a foreign language teacher at Lynn Classical High School in 2004. She currently teaches Honors Spanish 3, Honors Spanish 5, and Spanish 3.

She has also taught Spanish at Lynn English High School.  Her experience as a foreign language teacher has provided her with the opportunity to share with her students two of the most significant things in her life, her language and culture.
Ms. Webber Classroom
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Charlotte Webber      
KW Hello!

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