Stephanie Daugherty

Foreign Language

662.393.5273

Courses Taught:

German I, French I & II

Staff

Welcome

Bonjour! Welcome to the Fall 2020 semester at Horn Lake High School! I am thrilled to be teaching French I at HLHS this semester and would like to invite you to share in this exciting experience with me.

UPDATE: As we move forward through our new distance learning experience, the Mississippi Department of Education has provided some helpful resources for parents and students. Please find these resources here: https://www.mdek12.org/LearningAtHome

 

I'm also excited about Schoology, the online learning platform that both virtual and on-campus students will be using this semester! Follow the link below to reach the log-in page:

https://desotoms.schoology.com/

 If you're having trouble logging in, Mr. Lewis has provided a helpful video on the school district's website:

https://www.desotocountyschools.org/dcsdschoology

Please email hlhsdistancelearning@dcsms.org with any questions or concerns you may have regarding Schoology or the virtual learning process in general.

You may also email me with questions regarding French I, whether in-person or virtual. My planning is from 9:13-10:36 AM. You may email me at other times, as well, but it may be more difficult for me to respond immediately. However, I will always do my best to answer your questions in as timely a manner as possible.

 

 

About the Teacher

Bonjour, tout le monde! Guten Tag, meine Damen und Herren! My name is Stephanie Daugherty, and I am honored to be the French and German instructor at Horn Lake High School. I grew up in the hills of northeast Tennessee, near Kingsport's Eastman Chemical Company and the Bristol Motor Speedway. Just before my sophomore year of high school, my family moved to Huntsville, AL so that my stepfather could take a job there. At the time, Buckhorn High School offered two foreign language options: French and Spanish. I took French because it was the less crowded of the two subjects and immediately fell in love with it (it helped that I had a wonderful teacher; salut, Mme Solberg!). My stepfather was the one who convinced me to pursue my French studies at Mississippi State University, where I earned a Bachelor's and a Master's in Foreign Language with concentrations in French and German. After teaching at MSU for five years as a Lecturer, I decided to explore a career in secondary education. Et voilà! Me voici! Hier bin ich! (Here I am!)

Remind Feed

French II, 1st Block - Text @6f2284 to 81010

French II, 2nd Block - Text @7eh767 to 81010

German II - Text @e2e6a9 to 81010