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The Insight of Mrs. Hurtado

An interview with the amazing Mrs. Hurtado

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Mrs. Hurtado

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Frontline: Where did you go to high school?

Mrs. Hurtado: I don’t remember the name of the school, but it was in the Perris Unified School District.

 

FL: What did you pursue after high school? College or Career?

MH: I pursed a career in early childhood development and became a preschool teacher.

 

FL: When did you start working for El Modena?

MH: I started working for El Modena in the year 2000.

 

Frontline: What is your job in the office?

MH: I am the assistant principal’s secretary.

 

Frontline: What is your favorite part about working at El Modena High School?

MH: My favorite part about working at El Modena is I get to see all the students that come through the office.

 

Frontline: Other than working in the office, what do you like to do on your free time?

MH: On my free time, I like to visit my 99-year-old grandma and spend time with my family.

 

Frontline: What is the best part of your day?

MH: The best part of my day is knowing that I was able to help a student with any problems that they have.

 

Frontline: If you were not working at El Modena, what would you be doing?

MH: If I was not working at El Modena, I would probably be working with preschool children.

 

 

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