The Rancho Cordova Children, Youth and Families Collaborative is working with teens in Rancho Cordova to develop a creative campaign that boasts why they choose to live drug-free lives.
Colorful decorations, festive food, and moving memorials all contributed to the transformation of a room at Walnutwood High School. The change was for Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead: a Mexican holiday in which people reunite with their lost loved ones.
Foot-candles and Watts became common in conversation for several Cordova High School students. They measured the energy efficiency of their school using high-tech instruments with the help of SMUD.
Earlier this year, the Folsom community gathered to discuss ways to protect youth from substance abuse during a special “Be Smart, Don’t Start” drug forum.
I grew up the middle of five children in Sunnyvale CA and started my teaching career at Bret Harte Middle School, teaching 7th grade English and Social Studies in the San Jose Unified School District. My last position was at Ygnacio Valley High School as Vice Principal where I spent the last six years. At Ygnacio Valley, I headed the Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports team; I was the administrator in charge of athletics and activities as well as handled master schedule and discipline. I have an open door policy and look forward to working with you to serve the needs of our students and community.
I live in Citrus Heights with my wife and our three children, Annalise, 16 Victoria, 9 and Carter, 3. They keep us very busy with Completive soccer, swim team, Girl Scouts and general run of the mill toddler mischief.
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM National Geographic Bee Contest
6:00 PM Board of Education Meeting
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Winter Dance
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Choir Performance
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Orchestra Concert