T.E.A.M. Teach is celebrating its graduates! Here's a look
Terri Osterkamp will be graduating with her Early Childhood Education degree. She is transferring to Fresno Pacific to complete her bachelor’s degree and will begin her program this July. We are so excited for you Terri! We wish you the very best!
Denise Ramirez is a T.E.A.M. Teach student that will be transferring to Fresno State to obtain her bachelor’s degree in early childhood education. She plans on teaching in a preschool setting or kindergarten level. We wish you the best Denise!
Gabby Perez-Vigil will be graduating this semester. She has been an S.I. and has been an active T.E.A.M. Teach member. Gabby will be attending Fresno State and majoring in Psychology with hopes of pursuing a Master's degree in order to become a Marriage, Child, and Family Counselor for a K-12 school. We wish you the best Gabby, thank you for all of your support and dedication while attending WHCL.
The Future Teacher of the Year Award is given to the student with the highest GPA. I am excited to announce that Arlet Alatorre is the recipient of this award. Arlet has been a joy in class and I know that she will do great things in the future. Arlet will be attending Fresno State this fall to finish where she will complete her bachelors and credential program. She is excited to be an elementary teacher!
The Community Impact Award is given to the student that has made an impact within the school community, as well as the community surrounding the school. This award goes to Ashley Chavez. Ashley has been a big part of creating community opportunities within our campus. She has supported the planning, implementation and promoting of events as an officer in Educators Rising. Ashley was also one of nine students in the state of California to serve as an OER Student Ambassador. Ashley is transferring to Fresno State to complete her bachelor’s degree and credential program so that she can one day teach. She plans to teach 4th grade.
Austin Minter is heading to Arizona State University where he will major in Political Science.
(Left to Right: Austin Minter, Jennyfer Loza Nemecio, Dulce Magana, and Reyna Carrera.)
I would like to acknowledge the officers of Educators Rising that are all graduating this semester. I am thankful for their time and energy going beyond in supporting all students through engaging in student activities on campus.
Esmeralda Gonzalez Herrera will be attending Fresno State University to obtain her bachelor’s degree in liberal studies to pursue a career in teaching for early childhood education.
Reyna Carrera is currently at Fresno Pacific as she completed course with us last fall. She wants to teach 2nd grade.
Sofie Johnson is graduating with 5 Associate degrees and will be attending UC Berkeley this Fall, double majoring in Mathematics and Business. She aspires to be a university-level math teacher in the future.
Tyree Reed is graduating this year with a degree in Liberal Arts: Arts and Humanities and Sociology