I wanted to introduce myself formally, My name is Jackelin Ortiz, and I was the district rookie of the year for the 2017-2018 school year. I was born in New Jersey and moved to Texas as a small child. I graduated from Palmer High school then went to the Corsicana Navarro campus for my Associate in Science, eventually graduating from North Texas in Denton with my Bachelor's in Applied Behavior Analysis. My experience includes various positions such as In-Home trainer for Denton ISD, Paraprofessional, Jr. ABA coach. I received my teaching certification through iTeach in ESL for grade Levels K-12, Special Education for grade levels K-12, and core subjects for grade levels K-8th.
Love my family! I'm the oldest of 4.I have two brothers and a baby sister. This summer, I adopted two cats from the SPCA and moved to Dallas. I love to travel and hope to travel again once it's safe. I also love going out of my comfort zone and exploring new places around Dallas.
The best part of my job is working closely with homeroom teachers and other professionals involved in the student's plan to monitor the progress and the effectiveness of the accommodations put in place in the current IEP. I am always accessible through my WISD email firstname.lastname@example.org
and will get back to you as quickly as possible.