Greetings students and families! I’m Señorita Kraemer and I am the Middle School Spanish teacher at FSCS. A little about me, I graduated from Notre Dame in 2014 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. During my Junior year at ND, I was fortunate enough to study abroad for a semester in Toledo, Spain. After graduating from undergrad, I earned my Master of Education through Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education while serving as the PreK-8th grade Spanish teacher at a Catholic school in Pensacola, Florida. I stayed in Florida for three years, and while I loved the sunny weather, I am excited to be back to the Midwest where I grew up. In my free time, I enjoy reading, camping, skiing, and playing ultimate frisbee.
My goals for our students:
– To gain confidence and find joy in speaking, reading, writing, and listening to Spanish.
– To understand and appreciate the diversity of cultures that speak Spanish.
– To develop Spanish learning as a lens with which to view other classes and the world around them.
– To nourish a life-long passion for Spanish and to foster skills to help them grow and succeed throughout their lives.