Señor Pachas

Spanish Class

Welcome to 2022-2023 Señor Pachas Spanish website!

Enseñar es aprender dos veces - Teach is to learn twice.

Here you can find information about Spanish class of Mr. Pachas.

Señor Pachas teaches from pre-k to 8th grades fun Spanish Immersion Program at Saint John Brebeuf Catholic School. Go Jaguars!

Mission of the class.

The mission of our Spanish class is to find a space in which the student has the opportunity to learn comfortably through the immersion program with meaningful learning and playful experiences that the students will never forget. The curriculum offers not only vocabulary but also how to use vocabulary in social, physical, emotional, linguistic, and cognitive contexts, enhancing the integral and personal development of the students.

Why is important to lear other language?

Feliz día de acción de gracias - Happy Thanksgiving day


El Día de Acción de Gracias se celebra desde hace más de 400 años. Su origen se remonta a 1620, fecha en la que un grupo de inmigrantes llegaron desde Europa (concretamente, desde Inglaterra) a Estados Unidos. Los indios nativos de Massachusetts les ayudaron a trabajar las tierras y a prosperar. Como agradecimiento, los inmigrantes europeos organizaron una cena que duró varios días. Ahí comenzó todo. Hoy en Día, las familias reviven esta tradición, compartiendo un menú (que en el 88% de los casos se basa en el pavo asado) en torno a una mesa. Para quienes lo celebran, es como si fuera Navidad. Sólo que lo que se celebra en este caso, es la importancia del valor de la gratitud. La familia da las gracias por tenerse los unos a los otros y por poder seguir compartiendo ese día año tras año.


Thanksgiving Day has been celebrated for more than 400 years. Its origin dates back to 1620, the date on which a group of immigrants arrived from Europe (specifically, from England) to the United States. The native Indians of Massachusetts helped them work the land and prosper. As thanks, the European immigrants organized a dinner that lasted several days. That's where it all started. Today, families revive this tradition, sharing a menu (which in 88% of cases is based on roast turkey) around a table. For those who celebrate it, it is as if it were Christmas. Only what is celebrated in this case is the importance of the value of gratitude. The family gives thanks for having each other and for being able to continue sharing that day year after year.