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Mr. Lopez

LopezMr. Lopez has been teaching at El Dorado for 4 years. Before El Dorado he attended California State University, Bakersfield.  At CSUB, he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Studies. He then earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Technology and Multiple Subject Teaching Credential at National University. He has a passion for teaching students through sports and with the use of technology. He has worked with a diverse population of students.

Before attending CSUB, he worked at NEW Academy Canoga Park, as a program worker for LA’s Best. He was the sports coach for two years and led their flag football team to their first ever district wide Flag Football championship. He also led the science program and participated in the LA’s Best science fair. While attending CSUB, he worked at Valley Achievement Center, a center for children and adults affected by the Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities. During his time in Bakersfield, he also worked for CSUB’s mini-corp program. Their he had to provide direct instructional services to migrant students as prescribed in the California Master Plan. Upon graduating, he began working as a Special Education Assistant for LAUSD. He then returned to NACP as a long term substitute while working on his Master's Degree and Teaching Credentials. He taught a year in 2nd grade and half a year in Kindergarten. 

Mr. Lopez loves playing and coaching sports. Basketball is his favorite sport to play. He has been playing basketball since he was in 4th grade.  He is an avid football fan who loves to cheer on the best team in the NFL, the San Francisco 49ers. He loves laughing, he listens to comedy and goes to comedy shows often.  Above all, his favorite thing to do is spending time with his family.