Students, Alumni Serve Fire Victims and High-Needs Students
Student and Alumni Highlights
Student Volunteer Supports Santa Rosa Fire Victims
Shelby Green, a master’s degree and teaching credential candidate in the Special Education Program, was featured in The Tribune on October 25 for volunteering to support victims of the Santa Rosa fire. Green brought donated items and handmade cards from her mother’s second-grade class at Sinsheimer Elementary School to fire victims.
Cal Poly Intersections Magazine Features SOE Alumna
Brittny Nation (Biochemistry, ‘11; Single Subject Teaching Credential, ‘12) was featured in the College of Science and Mathematics Intersection Magazine for her work to bring hands-on science education to high-needs high school students. The article also featured Single Subject Program faculty members Seth Bush and Nancy Stauch.
Alumna Named Cupertino Teacher of the Year
Moriah Blodgett (Tenney) (Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, ‘14) was named Teacher of the Year after serving in Cupertino Union School District for the past three years as a fourth-grade teacher. Blodgett also received a Cares and Shares Award from the city of Los Altos recognizing her innovative and caring nature in the classroom.