Our own, Mr. José Reyes, was interviewed and featured in an article written by Patricia Sulbarán Lovera with BBC Mundo. This feature is part of a series of videos and articles entitled, “¿Hablas Español?”
Children trying to spell tricky Spanish words More than 41 million people speak Spanish in the US, making it the most widely taught foreign language. And it’s increasing in popularity as a new language to learn. American youngsters in Washington, DC, explain why they are learning Spanish at such a young age. Video by Angelica…Details
Students advance in Spanish Spelling Bee comp Two will go to nationals in July By Suzanne Cheavens, Associate Editor Apr 17, 2019 from the Telluride Daily Planet
Article written by Suzanne Cheavens, Associate Editor, Telluride Daily Planet, Apr 17, 2019 Three young students who attend Telluride schools know how to spell success — in Spanish. On Saturday, three students from the Telluride Middle and Intermediate Schools traveled to Casey Middle School in Boulder to compete in the Colorado State Spanish Spelling Bee. Two…Details
Article written by Kera Wanielista, Photo Credit: Scott Terrell, Skagit Valley Herald MOUNT VERNON — Although she didn’t anticipate doing so, Madison Elementary School fifth-grader Lus Gallardo made history Friday afternoon. After a contest that lasted nearly two hours, Lus was named the champion of the school’s spelling bee. But this year, there was…Details
Spanish-language spelling bees taking off in the U.S.
Oregon Spanish spelling bee offers life lessons in two languages