Ms. Villeda

Phone: (972)-617-0066 ext. 3017

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and English, Honors College, Texas A&M University-Commerce LOTE-SPANISH EC-12 Certification

Ms. Villeda

ROMS Families,

Welcome! I am thrilled to be teaching your child at Red Oak Middle School through their journey with the Spanish language. Language has the ability to open doors to other worlds and communities near and far. It is a pleasure to work with your child to develop their language abilities and gain more understanding of other cultures. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. 

Ms. Villeda 

Familias de ROMS,

¡Bienvenidos! Es un placer enseñar a su hijo/a en Red Oak Middle School. El español es parte de la identidad y puede ser una herramienta tan valiosa en el futuro. En nuestra clase, seremos un equipo y una familia mientras desarrollamos más el idioma y hagamos conexiones con otras culturas. Si tiene cualquier pregunta, no dude en contactarme.

Señorita Villeda


  • Spanish I is a vibrant class in which you will learn basic, conversational Spanish and about the diverse cultures of Spanish speaking countries. 


  • Biography

    Mitzvah Villeda was accepted into the Honors College and received her B.A. in Spanish and English from Texas A&M University-Commerce, graduating Summa Cum Laude with High Honors. Due to her passion for language, sociolinguistics, and teaching, she completed her teaching certification in Spanish.

    In her university career, Ms. Villeda mentored over 75 freshmen in her 3 years as a First Year-TRAC mentor and taught for three semesters as a supplemental instructor at TAMUC. She was part of the cultural and leadership-oriented Student Organization of Latinos (SOL). As president, she has prepared various leadership and professional development workshops that have trained hundreds of students at TAMUC.

    During her senior year, Ms. Villeda became a professional development online module collaborator for Spanish teachers of heritage language learners (HLLs). Her thesis research consisted of a study regarding heritage language learning. Her research interests include Hispanic sociolinguistics, Spanish as a heritage language, and language teaching practices.