• "¡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 seven 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. I am excited to serve as the World Language Department Chair this school year."
  • "¡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!"
  • "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!"
  • Hola! I am Srta. Reyes and I teach Spanish and Leadership. I am also the Student Activities Director on campus. I'm a proud Gaucho graduate and I love to travel with my partner and 5 young children. Among my favorite travel destinations are Italy, France, Puerto Rico, New York and Washington D.C. I was born in Peru and love llamas. I also love collecting lucky trolls dolls, eating different kinds of food, and drinking boba :)
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