Ms. Christine Mancos

Phone: (704)736-1860

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts - Spanish Language: University of Cincinnati (1982) J.D.: University of Dayton (1985) North Carolina Teacher Certification: Lenoir Rhyne University (1993)

Ms. Christine Mancos

I am Sra. Mancos and am originally from Ohio.  I began studying Spanish while in Junior High and found that  I loved the language and culture.  I was fortunate to have the opportunity to live in Bogotá, Colombia as an exchange student during my senior year of high school.  I have been teaching at  East Lincoln since  1994.  My husband and I live in the Denver area. 

I teach Spanish I, II, III, IV during the school year.  In all courses there is an emphasis on grammar.  In additon reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills are emphasized. 

 

Upcoming Events

  • Today (October 4th) is National Taco Day and Hispanic Heritage Month:  Let's Celebrate!

     

    You don't have to go to a restaurant to celebrate!  Try making tacos at home.  It will provide a creative meal that you can make time and time again, and even use up leftovers.

     

    As you look at this recipe, think about what you have in the refrigerator.  Do you have leftover steak, hamburger, chicken, fish or pork?  You can chop, shred, or slice it up, add seasonings from the recipes, and use it!

     

    Celebramos los Tacos Mexicanos y la Herencia Hispana!  Que Pruébelos y Gocen!  (Let's Celebrate Mexican Tacos and Hispanic Heritage Month!  Try Them and Enjoy!)

     

    Mexican Tacos from Alpha Mom

     

     

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  • Welcome to the ELHS Fall 2020 Virtual Open House!  Just click on the link below! 

     

     

    Virtual Open House - Spanish Class - C.Mancos

     

     

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  • Tutoring is available after school!  Check out the sign up sheet outside of room 206 to see this week's schedule!

    Tutoring

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    Have you ever thought about taking a World Language (Foreign Language) class?  Well, here are some things to think about as you make that decision!     

     Taking a World Language