Modern Language
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MODERN LANGUAGE
The Department of Modern Languages offers GHS students the opportunity to study one of the five language disciplines. Students may study German, Japanese, Spanish or American Sign Language. College-bound students are advised to take at least two years of a Modern Language. All classes are available for Dual Credit through Chandler-Gilbert Community College.

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  Ines Maple
 
  Rachel Frost 
  B.A. Education 
  M.Ed American Sign Language
 
  B.A. Spanish, M.Ed.
 
Ida Gaumitz
  Serena Ohl
 
  B.S. Spanish Education
  M.A., Studio Art

 
  B.A. Secondary Education
  M.Ed.

 
Matt Guiterrez
  David Peters
 
  B.A. Spanish, M.Ed.

   David Peters  
Mutsumi Hazen
  Judy Smock
 
 
  B.A., English, M.Ed.
   
  B.A., M.A. Spanish Literature
 

Japan Club
The Japan Club meets every Monday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. in room 1604.
We are a club that tries to incorporate Japanese related activities in regular club fundraising. Also, you do not need to know Japanese to be in the club. All you need is to be willing to participate in the club activities which usually consist of bake sales and community service projects.


German Club

The German Club's goal is to promote the German culture, language, customs, traditions, dress, food, etc.
German Club is for any student who has an interest in the German Language and/or the German culture. Members will learn about German holidays, music (by singing German Christmas carols), dancing (polka at the German Corner Restaurant), food (Christmas bakery items and an authentic meal also at the German corner), history, etc.

 
Culture Club 
The Culture Club promotes the opportunity to travel and to learn about other people and places.  Students experience life abroad.  Trips typically range from 9-12 days and take place in the summer.  Contact Mrs. Shannon, Mr. Grover, or Mrs. Maple for details about meetings and trip preparation. 

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