• Balloons over Eiffel Tower Stacey DeVault
    stacey.devault@humbleisd.net

    281.641.7080 

    Foreign Language Teacher and Department Head
    French I and Spanish I

     

     

     

     

     

    Supplies needed for Mrs. DeVault’s Class

     

    For yourself:

    • Blue or black pens (no pencils)
    • Notebook paper (either wide or college ruled) – no spirals
    • 3 ring binder
    • Dividers for your binder (tab suggestions on rules sheet)
    • Colored pen for corrections
    • If you don’t have access to a smart phone -  Approximately 1000 3x5 or 4x6 note cards (any color, lined, unlined) – You may want to buy these in bulk at the beginning of the school year.  You will need approximately 100 with each chapter. Leave them at home until I tell you to bring them to class.   

     

     For the classroom:

    A donation of white board markers (any color) would be greatly appreciated.  We use them quite frequently.

     

     

     

    Tutoring times =  Wednesday and Friday during A lunch.

     

    Don't forget that National Honor Society offers free tutoring in the KHS library on Wednesday evenings from 6 - 8p.m.  This starts a few weeks after school has resumed.

     

    Do you owe me a make-up test/quiz?  Go to 4210 at the beginning of lunch with your ID.

     

     To join my Google Classroom -  Info coming soon.

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    Students are expected to study 15 - 30 minutes daily.  You will see what we've done on a daily basis on the "Calendar" tab.  If you've forgotten to write your homework down (or were absent), you can look there for more information.  I generally update this shortly after school each afternoon.  You will also see when tests and quizzes are coming up.  I post them on the date that they will take place.

     

     

    Why should you learn French? 

    Check out some reasons on this website.

    http://www.frenchteachers.org/QuickFactsforFrenchTeachers.pdf