Foreign Language

Language and Communication are at the heart of the human experience.  Today's approach to teaching and learning a second language is designed to facilitate meaningful interaction with others, whether they are on another continent, across town, in the neighborhood, or in the classroom.   

The Five C's of Foreign Language Education

1. Communication  - in Languages other than English


2. Cultures - Gain Knowledge and Understanding of Other Culture


3. Connections
- Connect With Other Disciplines and Acquire Information

4. Comparisons
- Develop insight into the Nature of Language and Culture


 5. Communities - Participate in Multilingual Communities at Home and Around the World

Judy Barylske

Supervisor of Language Arts, Foreign Language, and English as a Second Language

540-382-5100 ext. 1050
540 394-4443 (fax)


Brenda Wojciechowski
Administrative Assistant
540-382-5100 ext. 1052
540 394-4443 (fax)