The Spring 2014 issue of The Crescent
is now availbe! Click
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(@SCFLTA)! Join us for more
information, quick updates, interact with
colleagues, and make new friends! Click
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Don't forget to
encourage your colleagues to join! Also, check
out the professional development page
periodically for new and exciting opportunities!
**ATTENTION** BE SURE TO PAY YOUR 2014 SCFLTA DUES!!
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DOWNLOAD AND PRINT THE MEMBERSHIP FORM!
Visit the Advocacy page to get information on an
amazing, new initiative for French!!
Click on the image!
Discover the Possibilities
Languages at Work!
Thanks for making the 2014 SCFLTA Annual Conference
a GREAT one!
here for a video souvenir of the conference!
Congratulations to the following award winners for 2014:
2014 Friend of World Language Award: Ramon and Ana
Osuna, managers of the Corona Mexican Restaurant in
2014 Lifetime Achievement Award:
Debbie Carrero, Academic Specialist for K-12 AP, IB,
Magnet, and World Languages- Greenville County
2014 Study Abroad Award: Jill Tiernay Torre, Hilton
Head Elementary School
2014 Teacher of Promise
Award: Amanda Hajji, Lexington High School
New 2013 South Carolina
Standard for World Language Proficiency Click
for the full document. The 2013-2014 school year is a
voluntary adoption for school districts, with full
adoption slated for 2014-2015. Click
here for a video resource with a voice over
explanation of the standards document.
Welcome to the web site of the South Carolina Foreign
Language Teachers’ Association!
We hope this web site
provides you with the
information you need to keep up with what is happening
across our state with regards to foreign language instruction.
We hope you find the newly redesigned site easy to navigate
and full of the information you need most. You will
find links to information about upcoming conferences,
workshop and other professional opportunities. In addition
you will find an important link to our new “Advocacy”
page which will offer you tips on how to best support
programs at the local, state, regional and national
This web site is for you, the teachers in South Carolina,
so don’t hesitate to contact us if there is something
you would like to see on the site. We are happy to promote
what is going on in your individual schools and districts!