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Puerta de Alcalá-Madrid, España
    Sra. Maria Castillo is teaching at Potomac Falls High School since 2017. She is originally from Perú. She was an exchange student in the USA for one year and graduated from high school. She obtained two bachelor degrees in education from accredited universities in Perú, a master's degree in Spanish from George Mason University and currently working on a second master's in Spanish and Cultures from Salamanca University in Spain. She has fifteen years of experience teaching language acquisition in elementary and high school levels. 
    She is a very passionate person and a strong believer that people can achieve anything they want, they just need to work for it! Traveling is what she enjoys the most, and she is very interested in promoting cultural respect, tolerance, and understanding through communication.
    This year, Sra. Castillo is teaching Spanish I, Spanish IV, and Spanish for Fluent Speakers II(SFS). The classes are designed to develop and improve the students' skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. If you need to contact Sra. Castillo e-mail her. Assignments are posted in Schoology.
    Office Hours: Monday's from 9:30 - 12:00 pm
    Contact information: email
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Last Modified on August 28, 2020