Repetition is a law of learning” — Gordon B. Hinckley
Yeah, it might be boring sometimes but in the end, as you master the skill, you will be able to manipulate it until you are not limited by the simple rules. You can manipulate the system to achieve your goal and see the bigger picture that you could never see before.
Head Coach, Track and Field and Cross Country
-Bachelor of Science in Therapeutic Recreation, Brigham Young University, 1996
-California State Teaching Credential-Spanish, California State University, San Marcos, 1998
-Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, California State University, San Bernardino, 2002
-Master of Arts, Curriculum and Instruction, California State University, San Bernardino, 2002
I grew up in Norco, California in a family of 10 kids! Yep 10. It was actually pretty fun and we still enjoy each other now!! Imagine those family reunions! I graduated from Norco High School in 1989 and for two years after that lived in Peru and Texas serving a mission for my church. After returning I started my trek through Education. I attended Riverside Community College, Brigham Young University, Moorpark College, California State University San Marcos, California State University San Bernardino, and just recently finished some classwork at the University of San Diego extension. I am in my ninth year of teaching and I still love doing it! I started my student teaching at El Camino and La Costa Canyon High Schools in San Diego then moved to Riverside Arlington and Riverside Poly High Schools for several years. Finally, we decided that we enjoyed the North very much so we moved to the Sacramento area and began teaching at Rocklin High. After three years, I happily made the move over to Whitney. I have been married to Karina for 12 years and have 4 wonderful children: Victoria, Brett, Brenna, and Karlee. Lastly, a few interesting things about me. I have worked in a prison, I have endured typhoid fever, and I, some people think I am crazy for doing it, teach students how to drive. moved to the Sacramento area and began teaching at Rocklin High. After three years, I happily made the move over to Whitney.