Foreign Language

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Mrs. Lisa McHargue

Lisa McHargue is the Spanish 1 and 2 teacher at Lincoln Lutheran.  She began teaching here in 2015.  She previously taught middle and high school Spanish at McCool Junction Public Schools.  She attended Nebraska Wesleyan University and received her B.A. in Spanish before attending Doane College to earn her teaching certificate and M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction.  Mrs.

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Spanish teacher
Courses: 
Spanish 1
Courses: 
Spanish 2

Mrs Elizabeth Nicholas

Elizabeth Nicholas grew up an Army brat, spending most of her childhood in Alaska. She accepted the call to Lincoln Lutheran in 2012 after teaching at Good Shepherd Lutheran School, in Collinsville, Illinois, and student teaching at Hong Kong International School. She graduated from Concordia University, Nebraska, in 2012, with a BS in Secondary Education, concentrating in English and Spanish. She was also awarded the Exemplary Student Award in World Languages. 

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(402) 467-5404
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Spanish & English

Mrs. Lindsey Morris

Lindsey Morris began teaching at Lincoln Lutheran in 2010. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska-Kearney in 2007. In 2010, Lindsey graduated from the University of Iowa (Go Hawks!) with a master’s degree in Hispanic Linguistics. Lindsey studied abroad to Spain and has also served as a short-term missionary in the Dominican Republic various times.  Lindsey got married in October 2010 during her first year at Lincoln Lutheran to David Morris. David’s brother, Scott Morris, is the band and choir director at Lincoln Lutheran.

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School Phone: 
(402) 467-5404
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Main Responsibilities: 
Spanish Teacher
Courses: 
Spanish 3
Courses: 
Spanish 4

Mrs. Amy Royuk

Amy Royuk has been teaching Spanish at Lincoln Lutheran since 2001, after graduating from Concordia University in Seward. During her years at Lincoln Lutheran, she has taught Spanish I – IV and has worked with the Speech team (2001 – 2004) and Student Council (2006 – present). Amy really enjoys serving at Lincoln Lutheran because she has the opportunity to speak freely about her faith and is blessed to work with a dedicated faculty and wonderful students. Amy grew up in Fort Dodge, Iowa. Her parents are Dave and Karen Martens, and she has one older brother, Mike. She is married to Kyle Royuk, who teaches math and coaches track and cross country at Crete High School. They are expecting their first child in March 2008. In her free time Amy enjoys scrapbooking, reading, playing tennis, traveling, playing piano and guitar, and spending time with her family.

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Spanish & Student Council

Spanish 4

Course Number: 
3140/3141
Instructors: 
Mrs. Lindsey Morris

This advanced course enhances the proficiency of reading, writing and grammar skills. Students will further advance their abilities of reading and writing in Spanish. Culture of various Spanish-speaking countries will also be explored and discussed.

Spanish 3

Course Number: 
3130/3131
Instructors: 
Mrs. Lindsey Morris

This advanced course enhances the proficiency of reading, writing and grammar skills. Students will engage in activities to improve their listening and speaking skills and will also further their abilities of expressing their thoughts in Spanish. Culture of various Spanish-speaking countries will also be explored and discussed. 

Spanish 2

Course Number: 
3120/3121
Instructors: 
Mrs. Lisa McHargue

Students continue their study of Spanish, building on their first year studies. Students will progress from simple sentence structures to more advanced grammar and vocabulary. The four basic components are stressed and further developed in this course. Culture of various Spanish-speaking countries will also be explored and discussed.

Spanish 1

Course Number: 
3110/3111
Instructors: 
Mrs. Lisa McHargue

This course is an introduction to the Spanish language. Emphasis of study includes basic language patterns and vocabulary. The goal of the course is to develop a strong foundation and proficiency in the four basic components: reading, writing, listening, and speaking abilities. These goals are achieved through explanatory lessons, activities that require student participation, and exams.