• Work Ethic!
    Señorita Webb
    Grades 6-8
    Email: megan_webb@abss.k12.nc.us

    This is my 19th year teaching Spanish at the middle school level and my first year here at Western Middle School. Most recently, I taught K-6 and High School Spanish at Eno River Academy in Hillsborough. Before that, I taught 6 years at Turrentine Middle School. Before that, I taught 10 years at Smith Middle School in Chapel Hill.  I have led six student trips abroad to Mexico, Costa Rica, France, and Belgium which were life-changing experiences for the students and myself. I enjoy inspiring in my students a love of learning languages and teaching them to appreciate new cultures. Hopefully, my students will continue their language learning journey through high school and beyond.  


    It is really important that students come to class ready to LEARN equipped with a positive and willing attitude. Learning a language can be a scary process.  Embracing new experiences and taking risks in the world language classroom will greatly increase a student's ability to be successful.

    A good work ethic is expected for a student to do well in this and all of his/her classes. The quote I have listed below outlines my philosophy on success, so if your child wants to be successful, hard work is a key factor in achieving that success.
    Work Ethic seems to be universally accepted as one of the most important factors contributing to one’s success. The harder you work – the more successful you’ll be.  (http://www.movemequotes.com/top-25-work-ethic-quotes/)

    Click here to learn more about me! 

    This is How We Do It (at Turrentine, Western, and in my classroom):

    Song Lyrics: You can hear the recorded song by clicking on the link below.

    Listen up T-Middle; this is no riddle
    Engaged learners we will be
    Respectful, responsible, contribute to a safe, 
    Positive, learning community
    Our goals are set high
    We can reach 'em if we try
    Our dreams they will come true
    Working together
    To all become better
    At Turrentine Middle School