Latin and Spanish
Glencoe Spanish Website-This is the textbook website for the Spanish III class. If you're in Spanish I or Spanish II, you can go here to find your textbook. There are activities for each chapter such as a self-quiz and games (of course, GAMES).
Duolingo-Duolingo is an AWESOME website/app designed to teach you the basics of Spanish, Italian, French, Portugese, German, and English. What I like most about Duolingo is that you'll practice not just reading, but also LISTENING and SPEAKING (so make sure your device's microphone is enabled). You can get the app for free from Apple's App Store or Google Play. Here's a TEDTalk video on why this app is AWESOME!
Quizlet-Quizlet is like having flashcards but without all the deforestation. You can search for flashcard sets which people have already made (for example, I have used these for my Spanish III class which someone made from the words in our textbook) or you can create your own set to study from. I've found flashcards for both RHP Spanish and Latin classes but they are even available for science, history, and literature.
Cambridge Latin Course-This website is ideal for Latin students of RHP. It is the official website of the Latin textbooks and, with a subscription, you can access the website to help you translate easily. Not only that, but there are a lot of other Latin resources such as an e-learning resource page and other online activities for each stage and textbook throughout Latin I-Latin III. Talk to your teacher for subscription information and unlimited access to the site.