Lucy Cigarroa-Ferrell

Hola soy 

La Señora Lucy Cigarroa-Ferrell


Hello and welcome to my Spanish Class. This is my 3rd year teaching and love being part of the ERHS Indians staff.

Welcome back to school!

      Wow this has been an interesting start to this 20-21 school year.  While some are starting out with Virtual Option and others In person, we all need to be kind to each other. As we move along with this school year and for those in the Virtual Option setting please make sure you and your at home support person(s) also review the Academic Honesty Policy located here and under useful links. This is a very important as many questions can be answered here. All students and at home support person (s) will need to make sure to look over the expectations document as it will include an assortment of vital information. I am here to help and guide you through the Journey of the Spanish language. If you have questions or need additional information, please refer to this page as I will also add how to contact me and times of my availability. We are all going to embark on this journey together and if I don't know the answer to a specific question

          Let’s talk about some ground rules! First and foremost remember RESPECT is a key element in my classroom in person or virtual. This refers to respecting yourself, the teacher, classmates and the classroom itself.

          There will be some activities included throughout the semester that are part of learning the Spanish culture. Remember we are all here together and can make this a virtual or in person classroom full of learning with a little fun added in. I have added helpful files in the useful links along with a link to my teacher blog. The useful links will constantly be updated with helpful materials that you can use throughout the semester.

Statement of Academic Honesty

The Robertson County virtual option is dedicated to student achievement at the highest level.

We expect academic honesty to be a core value for all its students, parents, and staff. By making the choice to enroll in an alternative, study-at-home program, our students (and/or their parents/legal guardians) have taken charge of their education and demonstrated a genuine desire to fulfill their academic potential.

Cheating, plagiarizing, or other acts of academic dishonesty are directly counter to the principles of academic excellence and harm most students who engage in such activities – they cheat themselves of the opportunity to fully develop their intellectual abilities. The Statement of Academic Honesty serves to reinforce our students’ commitment to academic excellence.


I know that academic honesty is critical to my own success, as well as to the mission of my school. I agree that I will uphold not only the letter of this code but also its implied intent of ongoing commitment to full academic honesty.


I agree that I will …

· never submit work of any kind that is not my own, nor ever give my work to other students to submit as their own.

· never post exam or quiz answers on the Internet or in other public places, nor use answers from posted exams or quizzes.

· never provide a forged document or signature to the School.

· never plagiarize in written, oral, or creative work.

· be well-informed about plagiarism and not use “lack of knowledge” as a reason for engaging in plagiarism.

· take assessments only after I have completed the lessons leading up to that test or quiz.

· never give or receive unauthorized assistance or assessments. I understand that all assessments are “closed book” and that my Learning Coach shall not provide assistance in determining answers on assessments.

· adhere to Student Conduct guidelines for proper use of the Internet

· accept the consequences, including disciplinary action, of breaking the Honor Code.