Mrs. White's Teacher Page
About Mrs. White
I graduated from WMU with a degree in secondary education as well as majors in both English and Spanish in 1986. In 2007, I earned my Masters in the Art of Teaching degree from Marygrove College. In 1987, I joined the Gobles teaching staff where I have taught both Spanish and English to students in grades 7-12 ever since.
My son, Evan, graduated from Gobles in 2009. He earned a degree in biomedical science and philosophy/ethics from WMU in April 2014 and is currently a third year medical student at Wayne State School of Medicine in Detroit.
My daughter, Abby, graduated from Gobles in 2012 and in May of 2016 graduated from St. Mary's College at Notre Dame. She is currently attending Central Michigan University to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree.
My husband Don and I have been married for 29 years, and he is a Senior Partner/Director of Professional Services for Tower Pinkster in Kalamazoo.
My favorite hobby is reading, and my favorite authors are James Patterson, John Sanford, J.D. Robb, and Patricia Cornwell. I also enjoy cooking, baking, traveling and watching baseball. Go Cubs!!
Middle School Spanish Online Access
Señor Jordan Videos--This link will take you to videos that explain virtually every topic we study in all levels of Spanish:
Spanish Dictionary--Online Spanish Dictionary
Spanish Accents--Quick and easy way to add accents when typing!
Spanish language, grammar practice and cultural information--A great place to practice and learn about the Spanish language and culture of Spanish-speaking countries!
Spanish 1 and 2 ConnectEd login:
www.connected.com (Username: lastnamefirstname Password: gpsstudentidnumber)
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