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Brentwood Middle SchoolMr. Gabriel F. IsaacLibrarian210-444-7675 x-7685
This is an exciting year, as I am beginning my foray into the wolrd of Library Science.
Aside from that, I will also be in charge of the ESL class on campus.
Additionally, I am coaching 8th Grade Volleyball and Girls' Basketball, plus 7th Grade Boys' Basketball.
While I am no longer a classroom teacher, I will take advantage of my new role in the school to offer my expertise as a minor technology assistant and help create a yearbook.My goal is to provide an assist to all teachers on campus as a means of creating a positive teaching environment for all students.San Antonio,Texas
Edgewood Independent School District
• Hoelscher Elementary
• Brentwood Middle School
• Kennedy High School
San Antonio College
• Associates Degree
University of Texas at San Antonio
• Bachelor’s Degree in English
• Teacher Certification for Secondary English
• Secondary English
• ESLRelevant work experience
Teach at St. Philip’s College during the summer under the Continuing Education department.
I've been in Edgewood since 1999. After cutting my teeth at Kennedy, I found my 1st full year at Gus Garcia, and have since been a teacher for all secondary schools in the district.I have fond memories of my time at every port, but I am home in this Viking ship. See, Brentwood is home because I attended Brentwood, and Brentwood is the place where my wonder of teaching began. As we Vikings set sail for this 2018-2019 School Year, I find myself overlooking the vastness of the library.
Libraries have often been my favorite places in every school I've attended. Now, this library is my office.
I attended Brentwood for my 6th – 8thgrades, and really value the lessons and directions the faculty and staff showed me.
During my time in the Edgewood ISD, I have taught at all secondary levels, and have helped guide great students to believe in themselves, which is exactly what I endeavor to do this year.
I carry with me past success based on rigorous expectations, which I learned from my professors at Brentwood, Kennedy, San Antonio College, and the Universityof Texas at San Antonio. To be honest, everything I completed at SAC and UTSA was based on what I learned at Kennedy and Brentwood.
Hardwork is its own reward, but hard work is impossible without being true to you. Your students will learn the value of hardwork is success.