Spanish Teacher - Cynthia Ostrowski
Education: Mrs. Ostrowski earned her Associate Degree from San Diego City College. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Ashford University . She majored in Social Science with education concentration. She received her Masters of Cross cultural Education and her California teaching credential from National University.
Teaching experience: Mrs. Ostrowski spent the last 5 years working full-time for the San Diego School District as a Spanish teacher/visiting teacher. She was worked at King Chavez High School, Sherman Academy, Kate Sessions Elementary, Pacific Beach Middle School, and Chavez Elementary.
Prior to moving to San Diego she created a Spanish enrichment program at Northside Elementary, Cool CA (2007-2010). She was also a Spanish tutor at Golden Sierra High School, Garden Vally CA (2007-2010).
Hobbies: Mrs. Ostrowski loves the beach. She enjoys salsa dancing, biking, surfing, kayaking, paddle boarding, yoga and walking her three dogs.
Favorite Books/Things to Read: Cien años de Soledad by Gabriel García Marquez. Books by Alma Flor Ada and Mario Vargas Llosa. Favorite subject in school: Foreign language and World History.
Fun Facts: Mrs. Ostrowski has a big heart for animals. She, along with a group of friends created a refuge place for stray dogs in Lima, Peru. She funds sterilization campaigns over there as well.
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