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Office Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 2:00 to 3:30 P.M.

C. Kravec



I've been a teacher for 20 years; I've been at Jack London Continuation High School for two years. I've taught ELA, all levels of Spanish, and computer applications. At JLC I teach Spanish, Exploring Computer Science, Drawing, and Art.

I love spending time with my family. I have a 4 year-old daughter and a 2 year-old son. I love traveling, watching sports, reading, hiking, watching TV, and cooking. I have a new love for art since I started working at JLC, and I love practicing my skills, specially when it comes to watercolor painting.

He sido maestra por 20 años; he trabajado en la preparatoria Jack London for dos años. He enseñado inglés, todos los niveles del español, y computación. Aquí en JLC enseño español, explorando ciencias de la computación, y arte.

Me encanta pasar tiempo con mi familia. Tengo una niña de 4 años y un niño de 2 meses. Me encanta viajar, ver deportes, leer, ir de excursión, ver la televisión, y cocinar. Desde que empecé a trabajar aquí en JLC, empecé a estudiar arte y me encanta practicar lo que aprendo, especialmente pintar con acuarelas.

Español: Students can complete their LOTE graduation requirement by taking Spanish I and II. Students are able to complete the course in Edgenuity. Students can also earn points by participating in our daily class activities. Once the student has reached 75 points, the class is completed.

Art & Drawing: Students learn about the elements and principles of art through theory and practice. Students can earn points by completing the assignments in Schoology and by attending class and participating in class activities. Assignments and projects include digital assignments as well as practical work. Students need drawing paper, an eraser, drawing pencils, and various color media (e.g. watercolors, markers, crayons, oils, pastels, etc.) Once the student has reached 75 points, the class is completed.

Exploring Computer Science: This is an introductory course to computer science. Students finish the first semester by completing units 1 and 2 (human computer interaction and problem solving) and the second semester by completing units 3 and 4 (HTML, CSS, and programming). Once the student has reached 75 points, the class is completed.