Foreign Language Course Descriptions

Spanish I

Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: Academic proficiency, as well as, student. Student must have a good understanding of the English language. Transfer students will be expected to take a placement test.

This is an introductory course to the Spanish language and Hispanic culture throughout the world. Students will have the opportunity to read, write, listen to, and speak the language based on the vocabulary they learn. Vocabulary, sentence structure, and basic grammar concepts set the foundation of the Spanish language. Projects are aligned with the vocabulary.

Spanish II

Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: Students must pass Spanish I. Transfer students will be expected to take a placement test.

This course is designed to help students develop more advanced skills in all areas of communication (i.e. listening, speaking, writing, and reading). Students will use a more advanced vocabulary, sentence structure, and grammar. Students will continue to learn about the Hispanic culture, history, and geography throughout the world. Projects are aligned with the vocabulary.

Spanish III

Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: Students must pass Spanish II. Transfer students will be expected to take a placement test.

This course is designed to enhance student communication skills in the target language through the use of higher-level vocabulary, grammatical structure, and verb tenses. Students will compare and contrast Hispanic culture around the world, as well as the history and geography in the countries where Spanish is spoken.

Spanish IV

Credit: 1
Pre-requisite: Students must pass Spanish III. Transfer students will be expected to take a placement test.

This course is designed to engage students in high-level communication in the target language (i.e. reading, writing, listening, and responding). Students will be expected to read novels, newspapers, and magazines in the target language, reflect on the reading, and respond to the reading. An in-depth study of people, places, culture, and events will be a focus through independent study.

Administration

Mr. Charles Stegall
Superintendent, FOIA Officer
815-422-5022

Mrs. Ramie Kolitwenzew
Principal
815-427-8141

Ms. Kate Shutter
Special Education Coordinator
815-427-8141

Mr. Ben O'Brien
Assistant Principal/Dean of Students
815-427-8141

Our Mission

We strive to educate students and to assist them in realizing their full potential as responsible, productive, contributing members of society by providing an educational environment in which students are challenged, excellence is expected and differences are valued.

About Us

St. Anne Community High School serves rural communities in both Kankakee and Iroquois Counties. These rural communities include Papineau, St. Anne, Wichert, Hopkins Park and their surrounding townships. St. Anne Community High School #302 is located in east central Illinois.

The town sits approximately 65 miles south of Chicago and is a short drive to nearby tri-cities Bourbonnais, Bradley, and Kankakee. St. Anne is the ideal setting of a town where the goal for a solid education is shared by all.