3rd Grade Bilingual Math/Science Teacher
I’m from Venezuela. Venezuela means “Little Venice” and is located to the North of the South-American continent. I graduated from High School in 1986. That same year I joint the venezuelan Navy as a cadet. After two years I left the Navy to pursuit a degree in Engineering.
In 1990 I graduated from the IUPFAN as an Electronics Engineer. I worked in the Research and Development department of PDVSA Intevep for 10 years designing and integrating dedicated computers, sensors and transmitters for novel measurement devices for the Venezuelan Oil Industry.
In 2005 I worked for a pipe manufacturing company in East Venezuela for 5 years as an Automation Engineer. Before became a teacher, I worked for a software startup company as a Technology Manager.
In 2011 I enrolled in the ACP program of Region 4 in Houston to become a teacher. Right now I'm a Highly Qualified Teacher in accordance with NCLB legislation.
In 2015 I came to the U.S. with my family ready to begin my career as a teacher. I joined Dayton ISD in the Dr. E.R. Richter Elementary as a 3rd grade teacher for the 2015-2016 school year as a Bilingual Reading Teacher. I'm so proud to be a member of the Richter family! For the 2016-2017 school year I switched to Math and hope to stay teaching Math for a long time!
Areas of Certification
I started my career as a teacher in Dayton ISD in 2015. This is how long I’ve been teaching so far:
I’m happily married since 2008 and I have three boy children. My oldest kid have my same name Jorge, he was born in 2009, and my youngest kids are identical twins, Luis and Christian. They were born in 2014. My son Jorge goes to Richter Elementary school and I plan the twins to go to R.E. also when they are ready for it.
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