digital links

CTLS Learn will be the District’s learning platform.  Students will log into CTLS Learn and follow their class schedule period by period.  CTLS Learn will serve as the platform where students will go to find calendars, assignments, submit work, and access digital textbooks

Click here to access CTLS Learn!

Zoom Links will no longer be available here.

You MUST go through CTLS to log in and to track your attendance.

Free online dictionaries – Spanish, French, Italian, German and more. Conjugations, audio pronunciations and forums for your questions. (click here)



  • Log in on time
  • Be actively engaged (Video must be on)
  • Create an environment for learning from your house (Table, quiet space, good lighting, etc.)
  • Meet deadlines set by teachers (check blogs, assignment due dates, etc.)
  • Dress properly
  • Microphone is muted unless called upon
  • Limit distractions (cell phone, TV, pets, etc.)
  • Maintain communication with teachers (email and through class blogs, platforms, etc.)
  • Be mindful of communication etiquette (do not email late at night, emails returned within a 24 hour period, etc.)
  • School rules and expectations are still the same
  • Think before posting
  • Make Respectful Comments-NO inappropriate comments in chat space or live class sessions
  • No taunts, threats, harassment or cyber-bulling
  • No displaying or sharing material that is hate speech, sexually explicit or violent
  • Wear appropriate clothing following school dress codeNOTE: Students may receive disciplinary consequences for social media posts that disrupt the learning environment.

Here is a comprehensive website for all things French grammar related.

Tex French

The class textbook and online portal with assignments can be located here. Please make sure that you following the directions VERY CAREFULLY and use ONLY MR MOYÉ’S instructions:

All students will have a ‘username’ and a “password” using the following naming conventions. This is so important because I will not be able to reset your username and password once it has been created:

  • Username: firstname_lastname_birthday (ex:  JohnSmith0512)
  • Password: France2020

Questions? Having trouble? Follow the VHL setup guide for complete step by step instructions and graphics. Click HERE

French 1: You will need to text @4kaah to the number 81010

  • You’ll receive a welcome text from Remind.
    If you have trouble with 81010, you can try texting @4kaah to (754) 600-4845.

French 2: You will need to text @4g6e97 to the number 81010

  • You’ll receive a welcome text from Remind.
    If you have trouble with 81010, you can try texting @4g6e97 to (754) 600-4845.

Join your class using the following link and class code:

  1. Step # 1: Click here after you have signed up for the class below. 
  • French 1 / First Block class code = click here
  • French 2 / Third Block ONLY class code = click here
  • French 2 / Fourth Block class code = click here

Fluent French

These links will help you with the concepts of the language. 


  1. What would it be like to speak French fluently?
  2. Section 1: Words and expressions
    1. The basics of spoken French
    2. Conversational tics
    3. Synonyms for good
    4. Hedges
    5. Interjections
    6. Inventing new words
    7. Everyday differences
    8. Television
    9. Common knowledge
    10. Tu versus vous
    11. Meeting and parting
    12. Politeness
    13. Yuppies
    14. Cyberspeak
    15. The newness of language
    16. Language change and “bad” grammar
    17. Learning new words
    18. Cute words and expressions
  3. Section 2: Comparisons with English
    1. French sounds more complicated
    2. French sounds simpler
    3. French sounds too categorical
    4. French gives a more negative impression
    5. Learning new words in English via French
    6. An explosion of words
    7. Nonexistent words in French or English
    8. Number of words for expressing a given concept
    9. Inversion in statements
    10. English-sounding French expressions
    11. Proto-Indo-European
    12. False friends
    13. Phrasal verbs
    14. Noun-noun combinations
    15. Punctuation differences
    16. Acronyms
    17. Common mistakes made by English speakers in French
  4. Section 3: Fine points
    1. Tense agreement
    2. Antecedents
    3. Negatives
    4. Numbers and letters
    5. Pronouncing vowels
    6. Pronouncing consonants
    7. Intonation
  5. Looking Back
  6. Acknowledgements
  7. Further Reading
  8. Additional commonly-used words and phrases
    1. Adjectives
    2. Adverbs
    3. Nouns
    4. Verbs
    5. Expressions