¡Hola! (Hello!) My name is Señora (Mrs.) Tracy Bunn, and I teach "la Clase de Español" (Spanish Class) at Zebulon GT Magnet Elementary School to all ZES students (Kindergarten through Fifth Grade). I have attended many universities (I love learning!), including Appalachian State University, Meredith College, Barton College, and North Carolina State University. I am certified to teach both Spanish (K-12) and English as a Second Language (K-12), and I have taught Spanish on both the high school and the elementary levels (I love both levels, but I especially love teaching elementary students because they have such an excitement for learning). While a sophomore at Appalachian State University, I lived in Madrid, Spain, with a non-English-speaking Spanish family, and I attended the University of Madrid Complütense where all of my classes were taught in Spanish! When I was 12 and 13 years old, my family and I lived in Okinawa, Japan, and I was fortunate enough to travel to the Philippines to participate in the annual reenactment of the Bataan Death March (from World War II days and General MacArthur) with my Okinawan Girl Scout troupe. Also, my father and I were lucky enough to visit mainland Japan in order to climb Mount Fuji (also with my Girl Scout troupe) and to ride the Japanese bullet train to many other exciting Japanese destinations. During my stay in Madrid, I traveled throughout Spain, Europe, and I even went to Morocco, Africa! My passions in life include traveling the globe, learning about other cultures and languages, teaching K-5 students Spanish, and my beloved family (husband, Henry, daughter, Taylor, and my two cats, Lenny and Lucy)! While it takes a great deal of time and self-discipline to learn a second language, I am thrilled to be able to teach your child Spanish at the beginning of his/her quest to become fluent in the Spanish language and culture. ¡Olé!