Welcome Sonoma’s new classroom instructors

The Sonoma Valley Unified College District will welcome 20 new instructors on the first day of university, Tuesday, Aug. 16. A few staff members are assigned to Sonoma’s elementary colleges, just one to Altimira Middle College and and 5 to Sonoma Valley Significant. An extra 11 new personnel are in districtwide or website-unique unique instruction or useful resource positions.

“We’re honored to welcome our new certificated staff members to the district local community,“ stated SVUSD Superintendent Adrian Palazuelos. ”We identify that the instructing profession has been through substantial improvements in the course of the final 12 months and appear forward to the favourable contributions that each of our new workforce will make in aid of our college students.

Elementary degree

Marilou Montanez is a new second-quality twin immersion teacher at Flowery Elementary Faculty. She received her undergraduate degree and her training credential from Sonoma Point out. Most recently, she was a substitute trainer in the Sonoma and Napa university districts. She lives in Napa.

Allison Jennings is a new 3rd-grade instructor at El Verano Elementary College. She obtained her undergraduate degree from UC Santa Cruz and her training credential from Sonoma Condition. She is a new trainer this year, following her scholar educating at El Verano. She is presently pursuing a master’s diploma at SSU. She life in Sonoma.

Morgan Momsen has joined El Verano Elementary School as a fifth-quality trainer. Momsen has a bachelor’s degree from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and been given her instructing credential from Sonoma State. She started off at El Verano previous yr. She grew up in Sonoma and now life in city.

Middle school degree

Cassandra Platt is a new math instructor at Altimira Center School. Platt received her undergraduate diploma from UC Berkeley, her master’s degree from Countrywide University and her instructing credentials from the University of San Diego. Beforehand, she taught statistics, math, algebra and geometry at Mission Bay Superior Faculty. She life in Sonoma.

Large university amount

Lori Bisordi is a new agriculture science and mechanics teacher at Sonoma Valley Substantial. She has an associate’s diploma in viticulture from Santa Rosa Junior College, a bachelor’s degree in agriculture science and education and learning and her training credential from Chico Condition. Escalating up, Bisordi participated in FFA and 4-H at the nearby, state and national amounts. Most recently, she was a pupil teacher of ag welding and fabrication at Chico Substantial Faculty and ag science and mechanics at Petaluma Superior. She life in Healdsburg.

Adam Hicks is a new English trainer at Sonoma Valley Significant. He gained his undergraduate diploma from Saint Mary’s University and his master’s degree from Arizona State College. Most not long ago, Hicks taught ninth-grade English at Terra Linda Significant School in San Rafael. He lives in Novato.

Sarah Richardson is a new agriculture science teacher at Sonoma Valley Substantial. She acquired her undergraduate diploma and her training credential from Chico Condition. This is her initial calendar year teaching following college student educating at Eureka and Fortuna significant faculties. She lives in Sonoma.

Diego Ramos is a new Spanish instructor for Sonoma Valley Superior. Ramos gained his undergraduate diploma from UC Davis and obtained his educating credential from Sonoma Condition. Most not too long ago, he taught Spanish at New Tech Significant Faculty in Napa, exactly where he life.

Kate Miller is a new biology and chemistry instructor at Sonoma Valley Large. She acquired the two her undergraduate diploma and her master’s diploma from UC San Diego, and her teaching credential from Sacramento Condition. Most not long ago, she taught at Union Mine High Faculty in El Dorado. She life in Novato.

Districtwide and/or unique training

Julie Schwabenlender is a new district faculty psychologist based mostly at Sassarini Elementary. She received her undergraduate degree from UC Davis and her master’s degree from Cal Point out East Bay. Most lately, Schwabenlender was a psychologist at Davidson Center University in San Rafael and at Parkside Intermediate in San Bruno. She life in San Rafael.

Janet Kracker is a new faculty psychologist who will be centered at Prestwood Elementary. She gained her bachelor’s degree from Cal State Fresno and her master’s diploma from San Francisco Point out. Earlier, she was a school psychologist at Tamalpais Large University in Mill Valley. She lives in Sonoma.

Michael Schramm is a new district-wide elementary-level speech and language instructor for SVUSD. He been given his master’s diploma from Purdue College and his bachelor’s degree from Cornell College. Most just lately, he was a speech-language pathologist for Cloverdale Unified School District and for the Los Angeles Unified College District. He life in Sonoma.