Phone: 3337


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelors of Arts -UC Davis Multiple Teacher Credential -UC Davis Masters Degree in Education -UC Davis BCLAD -UC Davis

Miss Veronica Davalos


Teacher's Class Schedule:

1st Period:  Native Spanish 1     

2nd Period: Prep Period

3rd Period: Spanish 1


4th Period: Spanish 1


Spanish 1 Resources: (Spanish + grammar concept)

Sr. Jordan’s videos

Google Classroom: Students are automatically registered.  If you would like to be added to the list, please send me an e-mail and I will grant you access. 


Spanish 1 Course Description:

Areas that will be covered include, but are not limited to: 

  • greetings
  • the Spanish alphabet (sounds and letter names), numbers, telling time
  • days of the week, months, seasons, weather
  • classroom objects, classroom phrases
  • sports, activities
  • meals, food items
  • conjugation of various verbs in the present tense
  • hold a simple conversation in Spanish, read and write simple sentences in Spanish.
  • cultural traditions, celebrations, and customs


Natives Spanish 1 Course Description:

This is a literature based course.


Work Experience:

Ms. Dávlos has been a language instructor for over 20 years.  She has dedicated the majority of her teaching career, to teaching Kindergarten through Sixth grade in both Spanish Immersion and Dual Immersion Programs for the Bakersfield City School District and the Woodland Joint Unified School District.  Most recently, she has ventured into teaching a foreign language at the Secondary School level.   Ms. Dávalos is a firm believer that language is a pathway to success and a gateway to understanding the world.  

Her Early Life:

                Ms. Dávalos was born and raised in Bakersfield, California.  Growing up in Bakersfield wasn’t a fun childhood, as Bakersfield is a major agricultural community.   During the summer months, Ms. Dávalos’ mom believed in exposing her children to the hard labor that farm-working families did across the Central Valley.  Suffice it to say, that Ms. Dávalos and her siblings would work in the fields harvesting fruits and vegetables alongside their family members.  These summer pilgrimages played a major role in Ms. Dávalos’ life.  She was intrinsically motivated and determined to pursue a higher education.  She became the first, in her family, to attend and graduate from a university. 

Family Life:

                As a child of Mexican immigrants, Ms. Dávalos' mother stressed the importance of obtaining a good education.  Ms. Dávalos reflects that when she or one of her siblings earned a B, her mother would always tell her, “Puedes hacer major” (You can do better.).   It was her mother that inspired Ms. Dávalos to possess a level of high expectations for herself and it led her to attend the University of California at Davis.  During her time at UC Davis, she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish with a double minor in Italian and Music History.  She then went on to earn her Multiple Teaching Credentials and a Master's Degree in Education from the University of California at Davis.   Being the first member of her family to earn a college degree has paved the road for future family members to pursue the dream of obtaining a college degree.



Spanish 1