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Serrano named Elementary Teacher of the Month

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American Leadership Academy would like to recognize Rafa Serrano as the elementary Teacher of the Month for April.

Chingas was born in Valencia, Spain and moved to Utah last summer. This is his first year teaching Spanish, Science, and Math reinforcement at ALA.

He received a double bachelors degree from the Catholic San Vicente Martir College of Valencia.

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He earned his first degree in Elementary Education and his second in Foreign Language. During his spare time, Rafa enjoys playing soccer, hiking, biking, and snowboarding.

When asked what he loves most about working at ALA is the family feel and parent support. (Serve Daily submission.)

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