Spanish School Spotlight
We LOVE what we do, but we especially love who we work with - everything is made possible by our caring teachers, awesome students, and top-notch leadership team, so each week we will be showing off one person who makes our world a better place.
Here are the past spotlights!
Maggie teaches with Sarah's Spanish School in Castlerock, CO. She is originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina where she taught Spanish and English private lessons and volunteered at her children's schools. She enjoys traveling, hiking, going to city events, and hanging out with her family. She has also studied Portuguese and is currently learning Italian in her spare time. Languages are her passion! She loves teaching because she gets the chance to introduce the children to a new language, culture, and to open the world of opportunities by speaking another language while helping them to appreciate different aspects of life. Their bright smiles make her day!
Ms. Monique has been teaching with Sarah's Spanish School in Orlando for more than 2 years. She is a native Spanish speaker. She was born in Cuba and lived in Paris, France and Madrid, Spain. She obtained her B.S. in Business Administration. She is an interpreter/translator and a multilingual private tutor, experienced in teaching languages to children and adults. Ms. Monique is a strong supporter of elementary language educational programs so that all children have the opportunity to learn a foreign language. Her favorite words are: "¡Habla español!".
Ms. Aimee Lozano has been teaching with Sarah's Spanish School in Orlando for almost 2 years. She was born and raised in McAllen, Texas as the daughter of two Mexican parents. Being that it is her first language, she can fluently read, write, and speak
Spanish. Aimee moved to San Antonio, Texas at 18 years old to study at the University of Texas at San Antonio where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology Degree. She is very eager to teach Spanish and hopes to benefit, facilitate, and improve the lives of young students as future Spanish-speaking adults.