Arecelia came to Dayton from Los Mochis, in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico in 2014 with her husband, Stephen, and two children, Sofía and Tadeo.
She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Communication in 2003 and did a Seminar on Public Opinion and Political Advertising in 2004 at Universidad de Occidente Campus Los Mochis. She also studied Pedagogical Grading in 2011 at Centro de Actualización del Magisterio (CAM). In 2018, she received the Ohio State Certification for Working with Young Children at Wright State University.
Arecelia worked in the administrative area at the General Secondary School No. 1 “Ignacio Manuel Altamirano” from May 2002-March 2014. She also worked as a Spanish teacher at Escuela Secudaria General No. 4 “José María Martínez Rodríguez in Los Mocis, Sinaloa Mexico. She has worked at Dayton International School as a preschool teacher since 2016.
Such a warm and inviting environment for a little one; teachers so loving and dedicated to keeping them safe and growing in language and appreciation for international cultures. Would highly recommend!
The teachers are all amazing and help the students feel so comfortable and excited about learning. learning Spanish at such a young age is not only beneficial for the rest of their education, but it will aid them throughout their life and i feel so fortunate that this opportunity is available to my daughters in Dayton. cannot say enough good things about this school
Wonderful asset to the Dayton area. Marisol and her caring staff provide a true Spanish immersion experience for children.
My grandson loves the school and is learning Spanish too! And I’m taking private Spanish lessons there too!
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