World Languages

The World Language Department offers sequential courses in French, German, and Spanish. The study of a foreign language may be elected to meet college entrance requirements, to enrich a person’s understanding and appreciation of another culture, to broaden a student’s liberal education, to meet career goals, or for travel purposes.

Students who have had foreign language experience prior to entering high school are placed at the appropriate level of high school language based primarily on the recommendation of their eighth grade foreign language teacher.


Staff

Norma Budzinski

Secretary - World Languages

Tara Dellutri

World Languages Department Chair

Venus Matos

Paraprofessional ELL

Dana Mikenas

EL Program Aide

Amy Murphy

Faculty

Information

Department Chair
Tara Dellutri

Department Secretary
Norma Budzinski

Department Office
Room A224
630-795-8710

Honor Societies

Each foreign language has its respective honor society. The purpose of these organizations is to recognize high scholastic attainment in the study of foreign language and to promote interest in the study of language, literature, culture, and civilization.

Tours

The department plans educational tours to foreign lands during spring or summer. Students have the opportunity to visit the land of the language which they are studying once every four years on a rotating schedule.

Resource Center

Room A201
Teachers: Visit the Resource Center Online Schedule here

World Languages courses in Registration Guide