I feel blessed to be part of such a warm, friendly, and welcoming community. I have a deep passion for education and I will continue to strive to be a positive influence in my students’ lives. I enjoy seeing the spark in a student’s eye when they learn something new or are excited about a particular subject.
I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Arellano University and a Master’s in Education, with a major in Chemistry. Thereafter I was a college chemistry instructor for seven years. While teaching chemistry, I made a decision to work with young children and obtained a degree and credentials in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. For over 20 years, I have taught elementary grades in both public and private schools.
This upcoming 2017-2018 school year will be my second year at St. Joseph the Worker School. I look forward to a great and wonderful year.