My name is Sra. Gilbert, the Spanish teacher at Eisenhower Elementary School, and Baker Elementary. I've been teaching Spanish at Eisenhower since the implementation of the FLES program in 1998, and also at Baker Elementary, starting on the Fall of 2012.
I am a native Spanish speaker. I grew up in Puerto Rico and came to the United States to attend college. My first degree was a B.S. in Sociology with a minor in German and French from Marymount College in Tarrytown, New York. I spend my junior year of college in Europe, where I had the opportunity of studying French at the Sorbone, German at the University of Salzburg, and do an internship in the House of Lords, British Parliament. Then, I attended the University of Pittsburgh, where I received a Masters Degree in Public and International Affairs. Years later, after my children were all in school, I went back to school and became a Certified K-12 Spanish Teacher from Clarion University.
My husband is from the North Hills. We have three children, two sons and a daughter. Also, a beautiful Papillion dog, Dixie. As a family we love to travel, play board games and watch movies. I personally like to read and make crafts.
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