Hello everyone! I hope you had a great summer. This is Ms. Zapata from my Native Land, the Philippines. I am on a Teacher Exchange Program for the purpose of sharing my culture and teachings in my subject. Hopefully, I can stay here for as long as my visa allows me, and will be able to gain from the experience and your culture as well to share with my Country when I return home. I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and masters degrees in Mathematics and Educational Leadership.
I feel blessed for this great opportunity and happy to be with the Wallace-Rose Hill High School Community as I am with very supportive administrators and colleagues, and surprisingly intelligent and accepting students. With this, I feel home away from home.
Thank you Bulldogs Family!
"Poverty is not a hindrance to success, lack of determination is."
My fifth year and last year in my program at WRH, I am posting my memories with the kids!
Congratulations to our Seniors. It's a simple memories I am sharing with you. Good Luck and I hope for you to be successful in the life you choose.
good team work ty and maddie
the friends, xavier on the lead
my dawters amy and no-e-mi
sweetie pie rachel and maddie
Juliana and david working hard
ahem seriousness israel and blake
future surgeon and football star. one of wrh's pride Javonte Williams
ok maynor, you the man
the smile sam
Larry, the #1 midbenchmark guy
my cover photo on fb
Last Friday's win from the football team
This is from my Math III Honor's Class last semester, doing the Sine Law Activity
And then we had the shooting parabola using geogebra app
The first touchdown I had witnessed from the football team
Bulldogs football championship, the first championship I watched with my friend Cheryl Pagal in 2015 around December at BB & T Stadium in Greensboro, NC.
Our school won 3/5 championships in the course of my program. I miss Quavion, Vonte, Zhay, Chris, Devon, Rajah twins and others.
some of my warm colleagues
From where probably Filipinos had their physical features (mostly), some sweet Hispanic kids of my regular class.
I used to teach in the University in the College of Education from the Philippines on Professional Education and Math (Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University)
Aren't you lucky to have such classrooms? These students literally study in a classroom with no AC, crowded at that with at least 55 students, however bear with the inconveniences just to get a good education.
My students were all boys for 20 years... (Don Bosco Academy)
These are my first students.
Our school is known to be good in sports, especially basketball and soccer.