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World Languages Faculty

Bardales, Magna — World Languages Faculty-Spanish

mbardales@charterarts.org
(610) 868-2971 Ext.2302

Magna Rosa Bardales is originally from Perú.  She earned her bachelor’s degree in Social Work and MA degree in Spanish Language and Culture from Salamanca-Spain.  Magna completed her studies at the Nacional Federico Villarreal University (Lima, Peru), Kean University (New Jersey), and Salamanca University (Spain). Magna also obtained her certification to teach AP Spanish through Penn State University READ MORE

Gournet, Virginie — World Languages Faculty- French- Department Chair

vgournet@charterarts.org
610-868-2971 Ext. 2426

Virginie Gournet teaches French- Levels 3, 4, and 5.  She is thrilled to be part of Charter Arts and to have so many talented students in her classroom. READ MORE

Musselman, Mary — Chair, World Languages Department

mmusselman@charterarts.org
610-868-2971 Ext. 2438

Sra. Musselman joined Charter Arts in January 2015.  She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish from Temple University andMaster of Education from East Stroudsburg University.  She has studied and lived in Mexico, Venezuela, and the Dominican Republic, and completed a Spanish faculty development course in Salamanca, Spain, in the summer of 2016. READ MORE

Stoop, Florentine — World Languages Faculty, Chinese/Asian Studies

fstoop@charterarts.org
610-868-2971 Ext. 2222

Mx. Stoop is thrilled to be a part of the Charter Arts community, teaching Chinese/Asian Studies 1 & 2.  They are passionate about languages and communication. They received their B.A. in East Asian Studies and Chinese from Ursinus College.  They lived in Nanjing, China for four months in the fall of 2015, studying Mandarin, Chinese culture and exploring mainland China. Some of their favorite places they visited in China were Xi'an, Hangzhou, Dunhuang, and Shanghai.  They are excited to share their knowledge and experience with students. READ MORE