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Mrs. Norma Rodriguez

My name is Mrs. Rodriguez. I have been an educator at Richard J. Wilson for approximately 15 years. I graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington. I love having the opportunity to work with a great variety of students. My hobby is spending time with the family.

Mi nombre es Mrs. Rodriguez, tengo aproximadamente 15 años de educadora en Richard J. Wilson. Me gradué de la Universidad de Texas de Arlington. Me encanta poder tener la oportunidad de trabajar con una gran variedad de estudiantes. Mi pasa tiempo es pasar tiempo con mi familia.

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Ms. Claudia Adame

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Ms. Menagere Isaac

My name is Menagere Isaac and I am a native of Fort Worth and a graduate of Texas Wesleyan University.  I started my teaching career at Richard J Wilson and have been teaching for 4 years now. I love what I do because I love making an impact in students’ lives. I want them to know that someone, just like them, can make the best out of their life. 

Mi nombre es Menagere Isaac y soy nativo de Fort Worth y graduado de Texas Wesleyan University. Comencé mi carrera docente en Richard J Wilson y he estado enseñando durante 4 años. Me encanta lo que hago porque me encanta hacer un impacto en la vida de los estudiantes. Quiero que sepan que alguien, como ellos, puede sacar el mejor provecho de su vida.

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Mr. Arturo Lopez

I was born in Puebla, Mexico.  I came to the U.S. at the age of 12 and started 6th grade in Houston,TX.  Eventually, my family and I relocated to Hurst, TX., where I continued my education and graduated from L.D. Bell High School.  I attended TCC where I received my associates.  Afterwards, I transferred to Texas Wesleyan University and graduated with my Bachelor's of Science in Paralegal Studies and minor in Business Administration.   

I started working for FWISD as a compliance teacher assistant, substitute teacher then moved on to become a special education teacher assistant and eventually found my calling and became a teacher.  I look forward each school year to building a classroom community where all my students become like a family.  This school year is different, but my goal for your children remains the same: to learn in a safe and caring environment so that the students become successful learners.