Your most important weekly homework assignment is talking with a fluent Spanish speaker. The best conversation partners are ones you can meet with face-to-face each week. It's good to ask for only 10 minutes weekly of their time, so as not to be an imposition to them. Most Hispanics will happily give 10 minutes a week to someone learning their language.
Sometimes your conversation partner might only be able to speak with you by phone, Skype or online chat, which is fine, as well.
Here are some places to find face-to-face conversation partners:
Relatives or friends of friends
Local ministries to the Hispanic community, such as Pregnancy Resource Centers
Public libraries, which often have bilingual conversation groups, or even ask for the librarian who speaks Spanish
Local Hispanic stores and restaurants
Non-Hispanic stores, like Walmart
Online Conversation Partners
You can also find conversation partnersonline using websites dedicated to language-learning, like those listed below. THESE SITES ARE ONLY TO BE ACCESSED WITH PARENTAL APPROVAL. PLEASE REMEMBER TO NEVER SHARE PERSONAL INFORMATION WITH PEOPLE YOU MEET ONLINE. You may try any of the sites to see which works best for you.
italki.com/ (Italki is free when selecting: "Community/Find Language Partners.")
Local conversation resources in Vancouver, Washington:
Taqueria Market Portland is the market/restaurant that she said is a great place to make Spanish conversation. Address: 11505 NE 4th Plain Rd, Vancouver, WA 98662
Portland Mercado is a Mexican/Latin American food court they told me about in Portland. Unique foods from many different Latin American cultures. Address: 7238 SE Foster Rd. Portland, Oregon 97206. The majority of the little restaurants are open Weds to Sun or so I'm told.
Wednesday evening Spanish conversation group at the Salmon Creek library location. The Salmon Creek location is the best for language learners in Vancouver apparently. It has all levels of Spanish learners, while the Cascade Park conversation circle is geared more towards advanced adult learners and it occurs at the same time as the Spanish 2 class in Vancouver.