• ESOL & World Language Instructional Specialist

     

     Julie Schelble

     

    Julie L. Schelble

    803-476-8201 (office)

    jschelbl@lexrich5.org

     

    Through an exploratory study of world languages, students will gain a foundation for language learning in order to become familiar with a variety of cultures, thus improving their global awareness and appreciation of diversity. Upon pursuit of an academic or employment track, these building blocks provide the support for a strong future in a global society.
     

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    Elementary World Language Courses

    • French (RSES)
    • Spanish

    Intermediate World Language Courses

    • Spanish (CRIS)

    Middle School World Language Courses

    • French (CMS, IMS)
    • German (IMS)
    • Spanish

    High School World Language Courses

    • Chinese (IHS)
    • French 
    • German (DFHS, IHS)
    • Latin (DFHS)
    • Spanish

    South Carolina College and Career-Ready Standards for

    World Language Proficiency 2019

    Seal of Biliteracy