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  • "¡Hola! I was born in Mexico City and spent my teenage years in the border state of Chihuahua, Mexico and El Paso, Texas. I studied business administration at San Carlos University in Mexico City. I received a Spanish degree with a concentration on Latin American studies at Sacramento State University. I completed my single subject teaching credential at Touro University, California where I was also awarded an M.A. in teaching and learning. I have been serving our diverse and multicultural communities in the Bay area area for the past six years. I have had the opportunity to teach Spanish Language acquisition and Latin American culture in elementary, middle and high school to students in grades 5th - 12th. I enjoy hiking with my dog Lobo, who has helped me with my emotional well-being during the Covid crisis. I also love to cook for my beautiful wife Maria, who is also an elementary school teacher; and she is my best friend and inspiration."
  • "¡Hola! Me llamo Señora Caballero. I have had the pleasure of teaching Spanish 1 - 3 at ECHS since 2014. Previously I taught Spanish, French, English and ELD at the middle school level for 15 years. I am also a proud ECHS Gaucho Grad! French and Spanish were my second and third languages. I attended UC Davis for my undergraduate degrees in French and Spanish, and I earned my teaching credentials from CSU Sacramento. I spent a semester at Université Laval in Québec, Canada to continue my studies of the French language and cultures. I love travelling and exploring new places and learning about the world, and I hope all of my students gain an appreciation for, and a love of learning languages, and of the beautiful cultures of the world."
  • "¡Hola! Soy la señora Mangum. I am a Spanish teacher and this is my 8th year teaching at ECHS! I teach levels 3- AP. I am excited to start distance learning this year and to meet my new students. I grew up in Mexico and Southern California, where I attended San Diego State University and earned a Master's Degree in Spanish Literature. I lived in Monterey Bay for a few years and taught at the Defense Language Institute. After my time there, I moved to the Bay Area where I started teaching Spanish at Holy Names University while working on my teaching credential. In my free time, I enjoy reading crime novels, listening to podcasts and spending time with my family and friends. ¡Mucho gusto!"
  • "Bonjour ! Je m’appelle Monsieur Smith. I am the French teacher at El Cerrito High School, as well as the Department Chair for World Languages. I teach levels 1-AP. This is my 5th year at ECHS and I am excited to begin an exciting, though very different from usual, school year. I grew up in the Midwest and got my degree from Ball State University. I studied for a year at the Université Charles-de-Gaulle (Lille 3) in the northern region of France. After graduating, I taught English in Japan for two years. I am also fluent in Japanese and Spanish. I love traveling and meeting new people around the world, learning about different cultures and enjoying international food. My interests include video games, running, music, and art. Enchanté!"
  • "Corey Mason has enjoyed long service here at ECHS, joining keCg as a volunteer in 1995, then as instructional staff in 1998. Our Youth are the very BEST part of this work, some of the most challenging and most meaningful work of my lifetime in various career settings. Mason's current teaching practice is focused on Broadcast Journalism / Radio ( via 88.1 keCg 97.7 Public Radio) and World Language/Spanish, following relatively long prior career adventures in Commercial Radio (Honolulu, LA/Hollywood, SF), Pan Am/United, and even commercial fishing! Maestro Mason attended SUNY at Cortland, double major in Spanish Language~Literature and Psychology. That SUNY experience included a full term at Universidad de Salamanca. Mason continued postgraduate learning at University of Hawai’i Manoa, UCLA Extension, and Cal State East Bay. Along with the great outdoors, Mason's passions include exploring and sharing traditional and evolving Musics, Arts, and Dance, as we learn, blend and evolve through all our STEAM disciplines, what it is to be good and truly human, dreaming globally and living glocally . Mason is also founder of worldOneradio + worldOnefestival, dedicated to the celebration of our multicultural community through our vibrant world music, dance, and arts. Go Gauchx! Go World!"
  • "Konnichiwa! My name is Mutsuko Greninger. I teach Japanese 1 to AP. I was born and raised in Japan. I was a middle school teacher there but quit my job and came to the U.S. to pursue a new life abroad. I lived in San Diego for 10 years and taught all different levels. I received a Masters of Arts in Teaching. This is my 7th year at ECHS. In my spare time, I love to cook multicultural food, explore and taste specialty coffees from around the world. I also like to travel. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I appreciate and enjoy every moment with my loved ones. I am hoping to see each and every one of you in person!"
  • Ms. Reyes is the Student Activities Director. She is a Gaucho graduate and loves to travel with her partner and their 3 young children. Among her favorite travel destinations are Italy, France, Puerto Rico, New York and Washington D.C. Ms. Reyes was born in Peru and loves llamas. She also loves collecting lucky trolls dolls, eating different kinds of food, and drinking boba :)
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