The Spanish curriculum at South Buffalo Charter School is aligned with the New York State standards. It is delivered using a variety of text and technology resources. The goal of the program in grades K-6 is to build a basic foundation in the four key language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing, while also introducing students to the culture, history and geography of the Spanish-speaking world. In 7th and 8th grade the students continue to expand their knowledge in the four key areas and cultural aspects in preparation for the New York State Spanish Proficiency exam at the conclusion of 8th grade.
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