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My favorite part of my work is seeing how incredibly excited students get about the library, reading, finding out new things, and thinking critically.
Abby Taheri Woodworth
I want to tell my peers to not give up on their goals. It’ll be worth it in the end to work hard now.
I like playing in the school yard, my classroom, doing art with my teacher, and learning about space.
My elementary school teachers at Lau influenced me to want to work with children. I’m glad I get to go back to the school and volunteer.
As an SFUSD student, I was lucky enough to have brilliant teachers who provided me with the foundation for my career and now as a recruiter, I am able to make sure teachers like them can continue to teach in SFUSD.
Working at a school is a family business and I’m with a group of people who love being here.
Ninth graders are very special humans who have taught me so much about being organized, structured and the importance of having a healthy sense of humor.
It’s so important for me, especially as an immigrant, for my daughter to go to school in San Francisco where there is so much diversity.
I was born and raised around the corner from Carver. My children attended Carver, and for the past 16 years I have worked there where I take care of the students and staff. I love all of it.
I was a student at Spring Valley, so it’s nice to come back to the community where I grew up and learn from the families that are now here.
We are able to build relationships with students at such a crucial time in their lives where they need guidance and support to step into their futures.
Learning a new language is about connecting people.
San Francisco public schools taught me how to carve out my own piece of the tech boom - Kids should know: I can do this and I don't have to change...I can show up wholeheartedly.
I grew up surrounded by teachers, but doing my internship at Stevenson Elementary made me want to be a teacher - I liked how much I could learn from kids, grow patience with them, and see them grow as people.