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Bridge Academy

Psalm 32:8

Spanish II

Teacher: Robin Flores (stow@pobox.com)


Course description:  To ensure students are able to succeed in Spanish II, we will begin the year with a review of grammar and other skills learned in Spanish I. Your student can expect to delve deeper into the Spanish culture and practice their conversational and writing skills. In part, this will be accomplished by projects, presentations and in-class conversations and activities.  Students will quickly work toward speaking exclusively in Spanish during class time. Scripture passages and worship songs will also be taught during class. 


Copy/supply fee: $20 (paid to Jenny Flores by 9/3/19)


Tuition: $490 ($49 per month for 10 months) 


revised 2/23/19

Required text

!Avancemos! Dos (2006 or 2007)


Cuaderno Workbook level 2 (Avancemos! workbook 2006 or 2007) 


(Several copies of the student text are available through the Bridge Academy library. The library operates on a first come, first served basis. For more information contact Renee Plummer at jnplummer@verizon.net.)

Robin Stow

B.S. Elementary Education

M.S. Educational Administration, Educational Policy and Leadership


Robin grew up in East Africa where her parents were missionaries for 22 years. She returned to the United States in 1988 to attend William Jewell College in Liberty, MO.  She married her best friend, David Stow, in 1995 and they are blessed with five children: Trenton Hagerty—J.F. and Associates Inspections, Anna Marie Hagerty—junior Nursing major at Liberty University, Caleb Stow—sophomore Project Management major at Liberty University, Chloe Stow—freshman Exercise Science major at Liberty University and Samuel Stow—sophomore at Mills E. Godwin High School. David and Robin have served with the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention since 2002. They have served in Uganda, Kenya, Chile and currently are serving in Richmond, VA on a 4-year assignment.

Robin’s love for teaching has allowed her to teach in many different capacities: kindergarten, first & fourth grades, Writer’s Workshop for K-6, women’s Bible studies, cooking for 7-12th graders, ESL, workshops for fellow teachers, substituting, workshops at home school conferences, and homeschooling her own children.  In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, watching movies, playing games and exercising.


Contact at: stow@pobox.com