•  Elvia Navarro




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    ¡Bienvenidos! 
     

    Hi! I would like to introduce myself. My name is Elvia E. Navarro. I was born in Mexico City. I received a minor in Psychology and a major in Accounting in 1993, at the Universidad del Valle de Atemajac, Campus Guadalajara, México. To further enhance my education I pursued CDA certification (Child Development Associate National Credential) which I accomplished in 2006.

     

    As an immigrant I understand the importance of learning English, which is why for two years, I volunteered as an ESL Teacher in an Adult program at Christ the Redeemer in Sterling, VA.

     

    In 2006, I received the opportunity to work for the Loudoun County Public Schools as an ESL Teacher Assistant at Freedom High School. In 2007, I worked as an ESL Teacher Assistant in KG at Sterling Elementary School. A year later, I shared my culture, traditions, and knowledge of the Spanish Language as a FLES (Foreign Language Elementary School) Teacher at Sterling Elementary School. In 2008, I worked as Spanish teacher at Sterling Middle School. In 2010, I received a medal as the New Teacher of the Year!

     

    On May 2011, I presented a workshop for the National Network for Early Language Learning (NELL) in Fairfax County. On October 2011, I went to the Foreign Language Association of Virginia (FLAVA) conference in Richmond, VA. In October 2012 and in September 2015, I presented a workshop at FLAVA Conference in Williamsburg, VA. This year, I will present a worshop in October at FLAVA Conference in Williamsburg, VA.

     

    On May 2014, I received my degree in Masters in Education at Shenandoah University. On May 2016, I was nominated as Hispanic Teacher of the Year in Northern Virginia by Marymount University. I worked 9 years at Sterling Middle School teaching Spanish 1 and 2.

     

    This year over the summer, it was my 9th year collaborating in curriculum development for Spanish County wideDuring the past two years, it has been my pleasure to work at John Champe. I'm really happy to be part of John Champe's family. This year, I will teach Spanish IV and AP Spanish.

     

     
     
     
     Course Information
     
    Online Course Resources 
    Click on the link below to take you to all John Champe Vision Courses; you can then use the search bar to type in the teacher's name to find their course(s).
     
     
     
    Schedule
    A1- Spanish 4 B5- AP Spanish
    A2- AP Spanish B6- Advisory
    A3- Spanish 4 B7- Planning
    A4- Planning B8- Spanish 4
     
     
     
    Vision
    Courses above are linked to online learning environments housed collectively in Loudoun County's Vision Site.  Course information, homework, and other forms of communication will be housed in these locations for each John Champe teacher. 
     
     
     
     
     
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     ExtraCurricular Positions
    Spanish National Honor Society  
       
     
     Contact Information
    Address:
    41535 Sacred Mountain St. Aldie, VA 20105
    Phone:
    703-722-2680