Profe Sánchez


Vicky Sanchez

WELCOME TO MY CLASS! HERE YOU HAVE SOME INSTRUCTIONS!

This year I will use Google classroom. Ask your child for their username and password so you can have access too.
 

Join remind 101 so you can receive texts messages from me, please follow these instructions:
 
FOR SPANISH 1

Get the free Remind app 1. Download the Remind app from or 2. Sign up for an account and enter the code fall17sp to join FALL 17/ SPANISH 1. 

Or, sign up for text updates Text 810-10 with the words "join fall17sp" to get updates from Prof. Sanchez via text message.

GOOGLE CLASSROOM CODE FOR SPANISH 1, FIRST PERIOD IS: kiglub

GOOGLE CLASSROOM CODE FOR SPANISH 1, SECOND PERIOD IS: kvv2gh3


FOR SPANISH 2

Get the free Remind app 1. Download the Remind app from or 2. Sign up for an account and enter the code fall17spa to join FALL 17/ SPANISH2.

Or, sign up for text updates Text 810-10 with the words "join fall17spa" to get updates from Prof. Sanchez via text message.


GOOGLE CLASSROOM CODE FOR SPANISH 2, THIRD PERIOD IS: 1jxhcgr


 

Information

E-mail: victoria.sanchez@sduhsd.net

Phone number: (858) 350-0253 x 4265


My schedule for this Fall 2017:

 

Period 1      SP I   Room #  B-105 

Period 2      SP I    Room #  B-105

Period 3      SP II    Room # B-105

Period 4       PREP    



About me...

  

I was born in Madrid, Spain and lived there until I was 7 years old. Then my family moved to Huelva in Andalucia. My teen years were spent in this city of 150,000 where in 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue. The province is known for fandangos, toros, and jamón serrano, El Rocío, and a national park called Coto de Doñana. I spent my first two years at the University of Huelva and then transferred to the University of Sevilla. There I graduated with a licenciatura (180 credits) in History and Geography with a minor in Anthropology. I received the teacher credential and Masters Degree in Education from Alliant University in San Diego.

In Sevilla I met my husband who spent the year studying in an exchange program. His nickname that year was Chewbacca for his lack of understandable Spanish. I'm happy to say that he's outgrown that name and can pass for Andalucian anytime. I hope to mistake some of you for Spaniards some day...

 As a native of Spain, I am proud to share with you my passion for it. With this passion I wish to communicate my Hispanic culture, shared with that of Mexico and other countries, to our students.    Born in Madrid, I am obviously a Real Madrid soccer fan.  Without a doubt they are the greatest team in the world. I studied at the University of Seville and come from a long line of educators.