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Rebecca Flammia |Email | Webpage
Rebecca Flammia has a BA and MA in Spanish Language and Literature from NCSU, where she also taught. Her travels include trips to Spain, Chile, and Costa Rica.
Mary Grimes |Email | Webpage
Mary Grimes received a MA in Slavic Linguistics from the University of Pittsburgh in 1987. She graduated first in her college at the University of New Hampshire (her home state) with a dual major in Spanish and Russian. Mrs. Grimes has over fifteen years experience teaching ESL, Spanish and Russian in high schools and universities.
Khadija Idri |Email
Khadija Idri is a near-native speaker of French. After earning her BS in Business Law from the University of Morocco and working with international companies for four years, she finally decided to come to the United States to pursue French-language education. In 2016, she graduated from East Carolina University with a BA in French and Education. She taught in public schools for one year prior to working at RCHS.
Amy Marschall |Email | Webpage
Amy Marschall holds A BA from Duke University and an MA and PhD from The Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Marschall taught German language and literature at the college level before joining the faculty at RCHS in 1999. She is the translator of Heads or Tails: The Poetics of Money, a work of literary criticism by Jochen Hörisch. She teaches German and English and is the Director of Student Support.
Petra Martignoni |Email | Webpage
Petra Martignoni received her teacher’s diploma from the State Teachers College in Bern/Switzerland. Additionally she majored in Philosophy and minored in German Literature at the University of Bern/Switzerland. Before moving to the USA, Mrs. Martignoni taught for several years and traveled extensively, mainly in Asia and Europe.
Mark Slattery |Email | Webpage
Mark Slattery served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala from 1985 to 1987 in the fisheries program. It was there that he learned Spanish and developed an appreciation for Hispanic/Latin culture. He has traveled extensively throughout Central America. He taught in Orange county for twelve years before coming to RCHS. He received the B.A. in Journalism from Northeastern University in Boston and teaching certification in Spanish in his hometown of Framingham, MA.
Adriana Velasquez |Email
Adriana Velasquez was born in Bogotá, Colombia, and obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Los Andes University. After specializing in Business Administration in Spain, she came to the United States with her husband and son, where she operated her own business offering bookkeeping and income tax preparation services as a Registered Tax Preparer and a IRS-Certified Agent. In 2013, she graduated from Meredith College with a Master's of Arts in Teaching and has served elementary and middle school students at Maureen Joy Charter School.