Hispanic Heritage Month Finale

As we come to the close of our National Hispanic Heritage month, there's one more admired Shero I'd like to honor: Zelma Urzua!! She's a first grade teacher and Kindergarten Intervention Teacher in the city of Antioch. This is Zelma Being Zany!! This is Zelma's 7th year teaching in the classroom. She was an exceptional… Continue reading Hispanic Heritage Month Finale

Latina Sheroes On the Frontlines

As we continue to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, I'm pleased to highlight my next Latina Shero:Teresa de-Leon Hernandez. Teresa a former Oakland Native, is a first grade teacher in the Hayward Unified School Distirct. She's taught grades first through sixth for 38 years and is still full of energy, dynamic and enthusiastic about teaching. Teresa… Continue reading Latina Sheroes On the Frontlines

Cheering From the Frontlines

As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, I'd like to honor and celebrate a few Latina Sheroes who are on the frontlines everyday sculpting and designing quality lessons for students. They are the ones, We've (parents and generations) have been waiting for, and the time is now to showcase them. Second time Fellow at a t… Continue reading Cheering From the Frontlines

Sharing the Journey

Photo by Drew Rae on Pexels.com As the 2018-2019 school year was coming to a close, I was contacted by our local representative for Follett School Solutions to participate in a podcast for educators and librarians. The Inspiring Learning Podcast shares stories, conversations, and resources that promote and inspire learning. I'd never participated in a… Continue reading Sharing the Journey