This course is designed to help students serve the community and grow in leadership. 

Institute day presentation learning to use Moodle

The AP World History course content is structured around the
investigation of course themes and key concepts in six chronological
periods. The six historical periods, from approximately 8000 B.C.E. to the
present, provide a temporal framework for the course. The instructional
importance and assessment weighting for each period varies.

This course is a continuation of Spanish 2.  We focus on present and past tenses through reading, writing, speaking and listening.

Continuation of Spanish 2 with course content at an honors level and on track for Spansh 4.

PLT Collaboration Site

Standards-aligned Spanish 1 Digital Curriculum

PLT Collaboration Site

Standards-aligned Spanish 2 Digital Curriculum

PLT Collaboration Site

Standards-aligned Spanish 3 Digital Curriculum

PLT Collaboration Site

Standards-aligned Spanish 4 Digital Curriculum

D'accord 1 class site for Fletcher

This page is a resource for all EGHS Spanish students to use in order to review Spanish grammar.  

This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and culture with an emphasis on understanding and speaking the language. Students will develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and acquire topical vocabulary and knowledge of elementary grammar. This class also provides insight into Hispanic culture (geography, cross-cultural differences, and current events).

This course is for those students who wish to expand their knowledge of grammatical concepts essential to the mastery of the Spanish language and who wish to reinforce the skills introduced in Spanish 1 and 2. Emphasis is based on developing composition skills, and speaking the language in non-structured situations, including language lab activities. Literature, the arts, and history are introduced. 

This site allows you to access support resources for all five levels of Japanese taught at Elk Grove High School.

Señora Kalkounos Oficina: Salón 237 Horas Libres: 1, 4, 7 E-mail: Effie.kalkounos@d214.org Office number: (847) 718-4687 ¡Bienvenidos a la clase de español! Welcome to Spanish! Congratulations on choosing Spanish, a language spoken in more than 20 countries worldwide. I am excited you are taking Spanish and am looking forward to getting to know each one of you. I want every student to succeed in this class, so please do not hesitate to see me before/after class or during my free periods with any questions or concerns. To succeed it is of utmost importance to do the necessary work. I will have high expectations of you this year. Please take these expectations seriously and know that ultimately YOU are responsible for your success in this class.

This course is a required two-semester course investigating the history of the world from the Early Civilizations to the present.  Teachers may present material in either chronological or topical units. Passing this course is a graduation requirement of both District 214 and the state of Illinois.