2018-2019 Teacher of the Year

 Denisse Aguilera

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Denisse Aguilera

#EISDTeacherOfTheYear #EdgewoodProud Meet Denisse Aguilera, the 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year for Stafford Early Childhood Center.

Denisse is from the State of Veracruz and moved to Texas 30 years ago. She earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of Incarnate Word.

Aguilera began her teaching career at George Gervin Academy and continued at Stafford Early Childhood Center.

She enjoys teaching this young age group because their exposure to the community and world begins in her classroom.

“The children are our future. If we can instill a love for education and a desire for learning they will become better students and members of society early in life.”

The sense of community building has made her experience in Edgewood very enjoyable. Everyone demonstrates their appreciation for your hard work

As for being nominated Teacher of the Year, Aguilera says she was shocked. “I do my best to give my all to the students and school. It feels very nice to be recognized.” She was also selected as the 2018-2019 KENS 5 Credit Human EXCEL Award winner.

Join us in congratulating Denisse Aguilera, the 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year for Stafford Early Childhood Center!

2018-2019 Teacher of the Year

 Patricia Preciado-Ramon

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Patricia Preciado-Ramon

Patricia is a proud alumna of Edgewood ISD. She graduated from Memorial High School in 2001 and went on to earn her bachelor's and master's degree from UTSA. Patricia began her teaching career at Winston Elementary and later found her home at Cardenas ECC where she has been teaching Bilingual Pre-K for 12 years. Patricia says her reason for teaching is seeing the progress in her students every day. “For some students, Pre-K is their first experience transitioning from home to school and it can be hard. Throughout the year, I enjoy seeing them mature and start to enjoy class time. Before you know it, they’re ready for Kindergarten.” As for her title of Teacher of the Year, Patricia was surprised and honored she had been nominated. “I couldn’t believe I had been nominated but I am so honored and thankful to my colleagues,” she said. “I have a good rapport and can relate with my students and families. I really enjoy teaching in Edgewood ISD because this is my community. This is my home." ✨

#EISDTeacherOfTheYear #EdgewoodProud Meet Patricia Preciado-Ramon, 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year for Jose Cardenas Early Childhood Center. 🍎