Ms. Garcia



  • Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Language and Literature from SIUE
  • Has been teaching at Evangelical School for 3 years
  • Likes to ride bikes, roller skate, and dance



Spanish Poster Contest 2018 Participants

This year’s Spanish Poster theme: ¡El español y el portugués en marcha!

Some student’s also wrote the theme in Portuguese: O espanhol e o português em movimento!

I enjoy watching student’s ideas and the Spanish Poster Contest helps demonstrate student understanding of the importance of learning new languages. This promotes creative thinking, celebrates visual learners and artistic expression, verbalizes appreciation of other languages, and engages the enthusiasm of our students!

Second Graders

Second Graders! ¡Gracias estudiantes!


5th Graders from Mrs. Decker’s Class who participated in this year Spanish Poster Contest. ¡Gracias estudiantes!

Spanish Poster

4th Graders from Mrs. McRae’s class who participated for this year’s Spanish Poster Contest.

3rd grade class observing student's posters!

Third grade class observing student’s posters!


Spanish Posters!

Spanish Posters!


Spanish Classroom door!


Teotihuacan Pyramids in Mexico City

Sevilla, Spain. It is said Christopher Columbus’ remains are buried here.

Hello and Hola to everyone! I am Miss Garcia and looking forward to another school year of Spanish. My students call me either Maestra García or Señorita García. My goal is to motivate and encourage students to continue to practice Spanish whether it is in school, with friends, or at home. I get really excited and a huge smile on my face when my students share with me ways they practice Spanish.  The past three weeks we have been focusing on Spanish greetings and introducing one another.  I will do my best to post pictures of students practicing Spanish and videos I take of them.

Spanish 6th Graders singing along

Spanish video of “Can I go to the bathroom please?” in Spanish.


Mrs. Hall’s Spanish 3rd class. Children were practicing and singing “Good morning, good afternoon, and good night” in Spanish. “Buenos diás, buenas tardes y buenas noches”. – here is the video so students can practice at home.

Students singing






Kindergarten students singing the “buenos diás song”. Here is the YouTube video I played in class for them.


“Knowledge of languages is the doorway to wisdom.” – Roger Bacon