Sometimes things really click for a student and that’s exactly how it is for Heartland Junior Andrew Fhuere this year. “Andrew really rocks in Spanish!” said Heartland Spanish teacher Jillian Schernikau who nominated Fhuere as the Heartland Beat Student of the Month.
“I really like how she is teaching Spanish in such an oral way with no textbooks so we are learning the language conversationally,” said Fhuere. This is his first year of Spanish and he loves the class and how he can relate his learning to real life.
Another class he is involved in is Multimedia Tech where he helps set up the cameras for live streaming the games on Striv.tv. He also enjoys the work for creating the digital Huskie Howl which focuses on providing viewers Heartland happenings in sports and other general information with an inspirational theme.
Fhuere is already looking to the future and hopes to continue his education in college learning more about graphic design and video game creation. “I’d like to go to college where I could learn about character and background design specifically for video games, but I’m also interested in providing story development for the games,” said Fhuere.
It’s great to hear how Heartland students can connect their learning to real life like Andrew Fhuere. Congratulations for being selected as the Heartland Beat Student of the Month!
Written by Shannon Siebert
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