Alondra Diaz Sanchez#02DS/LFelician
|Oct 5||at Nyack||W, 3-0|
|Oct 9||USciences||W, 3-1|
|Oct 12||West Chester||L, 3-0|
|Oct 13||at Dominican (N.Y.)||W, 3-2|
|Oct 16||at Georgian Court||L, 3-0|
|Oct 16||vs. American Int'l||L, 3-0|
|Kills per set||0.12||0.18|
|Assists per set||0.99||1.12|
|Service Aces per set||0.26||0.26|
|Digs per set||5.78||6.50|
|Blocks per set||0.00||0.00|
|Ball Handling Errors||2||1|
|Points per set||0.4||0.4|
8 - Alondra Diaz Sanchez
|Hometown:||Toa Alta, Puerto Rico|
|High School:||Colegio de La Salle|
|Oct 23||at Dominican (N.Y.)||W, 3-1|
|Oct 25||at Bowie St.||W, 3-0|
|Oct 27||Nyack||W, 3-0|
|Oct 31||at Chestnut Hill||L, 3-2|
|Nov 3||at Concordia (N.Y.)||W, 3-1|
|Nov 6||at Holy Family||L, 3-2|
|Kills per set||0.14||0.13|
|Assists per set||0.26||0.29|
|Service Aces per set||0.35||0.28|
|Digs per set||2.24||2.12|
|Blocks per set||0.00||0.00|
|Ball Handling Errors||0||0|
|Points per set||0.5||0.4|
Two Orange County educators are among the five 2022 California Teachers of the Year announced by the state Department of Education on Friday, Oct. 15.
Alondra Diaz, a third-grade teacher at Ralph A. Gates Elementary in the Saddleback Valley Unified School District, and Sovantevy “Sovey” Long-Latteri, a special education teacher at La Sierra High School in the Fullerton Joint Union High School District, were named among the state’s top educators by California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond.
Diaz, who teaches general education and dual Spanish immersion at the Lake Forest school, will represent the state in the national competition for Teacher of the Year.
A Santa Ana native, Diaz grew out of early life challenges by finding inspiration and motivation from her grade-school educators, she said earlier this year when she was selected with Long-Latteri as one of Orange County’s six Teachers of the Year. Having been shaped by the educators of her past, Diaz said she strives to make deep connections with her students now.
And she remembered those early challenges and having to overcome being a “little girl in Santa Ana who was significantly below grade level” on Friday as news of the statewide honor sunk in, she said.
“I was reminded of the power of believing in someone” she said. “I kind of went through that moment, and I was like, ‘Wow, these people believe in me.’”
A teacher at Gates Elementary since 2017, Diaz previously taught dual language Spanish and English to elementary and middle schoolers at the Orange County Educational Arts Academy for 10 years.
She said she was in such shock learning she’d been selected as one of the state’s top teachers, Thurmond’s mention that she would be the one moving on to the national competition didn’t resonate at first.
She got emotional after hanging up the phone, she said, overwhelmed with gratefulness.
Gates Elementary Principal Diana Clearwater said the selection of Diaz for the state’s top honor “elated” her, but she was “not surprised.”
“She already won before there was ever any recognition of teacher of the year, because we know the work that she does every day,” Clearwater said. “She really just represents all teachers, and she represents all students.”
Diaz is a constant learner, Clearwater said, who often thanks the students she’s teaching and stands out because of the credit she gives others.
“I think so often we think about what we’re doing. She thinks about what others are doing,” Clearwater said. “She thinks about what she learns from her students.”
Diaz said she hopes she now has a platform to help grow efforts to recruit, retain and support teachers, especially teachers of color, which is something she feels strongly about. She said she hopes other educators can collaborate more to overcome the challenges to hiring and keeping teachers in the field.
Long-Latteri’s career in special education began with a “chance opportunity” to work as an aide for students with special needs, which turned into a “natural passion,” she said when awarded the county’s recognition in April. She teaches in La Sierra’s Adult Transition Program, educating people with severe disabilities between the ages 18 and 22.
Before she was in Orange County, Long-Latteri taught in the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified and Long Beach Unified school districts, starting her career in 1999.
She was on her way to a Luke Bryan concert Thursday night when she got a voicemail saying she’d been selected as a California Teacher of the Year. Her first reaction: “I thought it was a joke,” she said.
But when the news settled in, then came the tears. The award, she said, felt like a spotlight was cast on a sect of the profession that doesn’t always get recognized, and on a job she said “makes my heart whole.”
“My goal in pursuing this whole teacher of the year is to shed light on a population that’s often overlooked,” she said.
Long-Latteri’s unique ability to make connections with her students and help them grow makes her a “stand-out,” said La Sierra Principal Sandi Layana.
Many of her students are non-verbal, so Long-Latteri teaches sign language. They gain independence under her tutelage, and “thrive and blossom under her care,” Layana said.
The work Long-Latteri has done with the students “is just transformative,” Layana said.
In a statement, Orange County Superintendent Al Mijares said the selection of the two Orange County teachers “is an extraordinary honor and further evidence that our county is relentless in pursuit of academic excellence and support for students and families.”
“Moreover, I cannot overstate how proud we are to have Alondra representing California in the national Teacher of the Year program,” he said. “It’s hard to even grasp the magnitude of advancing to this level, competing against the top educators from 49 other states, but Alondra has the dedication, enthusiasm and expertise to represent California and the nation as an ambassador of the teaching profession.”
Other educators who received the state’s top nod Friday include teachers from Riverside, Los Angeles and San Diego counties.
“In what may be the toughest ever time for California families, students and educators, these five innovative and caring teachers have made profound differences in the lives of their students and communities,” Thurmond said in a statement. “I’m proud that these educators are receiving this prestigious honor for their continued effort to connect with students even during unimaginable circumstances, to address their needs, and support them in any way they can.”
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