Every year the AATSP sponsors the Poster Contest that is open to K-12. The deadline to send it to Señora Mayora-Morgan email@example.com is March 20th, 2018.
This year’s theme is:
¡El español y el portugués en marcha!
O espanhol e o português em movimento!
If you are not an AATSP member you can paticipate. However, if one of your students wins the contest and goes to the national contest, you will need to be an AATSP member.
The 2018 Poster Contest information is posted on the AATSP website. Attached here are the entry requirements as well as the student information document.
Elisabet Mayora-Morgan is the poster contest coordinator for this year. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Physical Posters are to be mailed to:
3526 Carpenter Avenue
Hurricane, WV 25526
The West Virginia Foreign Language Teachers’ Association (WVFLTA) stands with WV teachers, school service personnel, & state workers. We call for more competitive wages and affordable health care. We work together for our students and we stand united.
The WVFLTA Executive Committee Officers
March 4, 2018
WVFLTA 55 UNIDOS T-Shirts
Congratulations to Leah Devine Named World Language Teacher of the Year
Leah Devine will represent WV at SCOLT in Atlanta in March. http://www.scolt.org/
Teacher of the Year Announcement and Devine’s Remarks: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1i9jCLaOovTRF8GYr9kP3mzAS7lLJO_Uc
Congratulations to Amelia Richter for presenting the Best Presentation of WVFLTA 2017, “Using Mini Novels to Provide CI, Build Proficiency and Introduce Grammar in Context”
Warwood School Teacher Honored at West Virginia Foreign Language Conference: www.theintelligencer.net/news/community/2017/11/warwood-school-teacher-honored-at-west-virginia-foreign-language-conference/
November 4th: Warwood Teacher Honored At West Virginia Conference: http://www.theintelligencer.net/life/features/2016/11/warwood-teacher-honored-at-west-virginia-conference/
A video interview of Amelia: https://www.facebok.com/nicholasrichter/posts/10155797485632354
Cultural Mini-Grants: School Year 2017-18
West Virginia World Language teachers have the opportunity to obtain Cultural Mini-Grants to increase language and cultural proficiency in their classrooms, schools, and communities. Grants of up to $300 per school for a total of up to $3000 will be awarded by the West Virginia Foreign Language Teacher’s Association during the 2017-2018 school year. West Virginia World Language teachers of grades pre-K to adult are invited to apply. Funds will be awarded for cultural projects that lead to greater understanding of the diverse cultures of the world.
Applications will be accepted throughout the year. Applications will be reviewed on the 10th of each month until all funds have been allocated. Grants will be awarded on a rolling basis for approved projects until funds have been exhausted.
Recipients will be notified via an email from email@example.com. To receive funds in advance, direct bill, or be reimbursed for expenses and receive the grant monies, itemized receipts are required. If funds are need prior to the event, arrangements need to be made with the WVFLTA treasurer.
Previous recipients are invited to apply for grants during this cycle. Projects that have been previously funded may be funded again up to $300. Preference may be given to projects and schools that have not received funding.
Projects may be fully or partially funded by a grant with a maximum of $300 awarded per school per year.
Grants were not distributed for the 2016-2017 school year due to a lack of coordination by the organizer. Those who applied during that cycle will get first preference for this year’s awards. Please re-apply using this form if you applied in 2016-17 so we can review all applications together.
To apply: please access the form at:
If you have questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for all you do for WV students!