You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind (intellect).

You shall love your neighbor as you do yourself.

Matthew 22:37, 39

Sharon Craig

ABOUT ME

Current Classes

CREDIT CLASSES

ENRICHMENT CLASSES

Teaching

Experience

I have nine years of teaching experience, five of which have been at Extraordinary Education.  I have taught Spanish Language & Culture; Spanish I, II, III, and La Clase Divertida (The Fun Class - Kid's Spanish)

Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree

Georgetown University                               Bachelor of Science in Languages

School of Languages and Linguistics             Spanish Major, Russian Minor

Washington, D.C.                                             

Certificates 

Texas Teacher Certificate:  Spanish 6-12, Bilingual and ESL endorsements

Fun Fact(s)

I have a classically-trained singing voice and especially love to sing hymns, old Christian standards  and classics (His Eye is on the Sparrow, Jerusalem). I frequently break into song to teach a Spanish word, concept (Dime Cuando; Que Sera, Sera)

Background

I'm a native Houstonian, attended Pasadena and Houston public schools, and The Kinkaid School. My conversion and water baptism occurred when I was 11. I have sung in several choirs, beginning at age 16, enjoying tremendously the choral music experience. My work experience includes secretarial and administrative assistant positions in corporate, medical, and ministry settings, always using Spanish, as well as bilingual field interview survey work with Government-contracted entities. I've traveled twice to Israel, first as a member of the Evangelistic Temple Choir, and again with with the Sutton Evangelistic Association. I've translated several manuals and interpreted in both group and individual settings, including for a Cuban pastor in a church service. I am married, have two grown daughters, two granddaughters, enjoy gardening, drawing, music, classic films, and Bible study. Teaching is a ministry for me and I sincerely love, appreciate, and value each of my students.