Los Alamitos Unified teachers complete 5-year training

The Los Alamitos Unified School District recently promoted its third cohort of teachers who completed a rigorous, five-year professional development program required of all teachers who are hired in the District. The program, which includes teacher training and coaching in the district’s common teaching practices from pre-school through twelfth grade, builds a solid foundation for students, ensures equitable instruction across classrooms and maximizes instructional time.

This article was released by the Los Alamitos Unified School District.

Sonia Buenrostra, Jill Kroese, Chelsea Moore, Allison Masumiya, Jill Shafer, Chloe Janoian, Josh Pixler, Michelle Arnold, Asst. Supt. Dr. Ondrea Reed, Jon Grillo, Supt. Dr. Andrew Pulver. Not pictured, Arielle Dubois, Heather Fischer, Lydnsey Gardener, Eric Schreiner, Heidi Barnett, Brent Danna, Michelle Gur, Catherine Dunkel, Katherine Lasker, Kendall Ostermann, Emma Spatharos, Ashley Davis, and Laura Velasco. Courtesy photo.