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John-Paul Abraham
Last updated: 05/31/2016
Yasaman Alamdari's Profile
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Mathematics, Electives
Last updated: 08/28/2016
Kerrie Allen's Profile
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Michelle Amar
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Lorna Barnes
Special Education
Joshua Barroll
Last updated: 09/10/2014
Joshua Barroll's Profile
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Performing Arts
Sahar Barsoum
School Psychologist
Last updated: 08/22/2016
Caryl Benner's Profile
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Foreign Language
I have been a Spanish teacher at CHS since 2002. I have taught all levels of Spanish: Spanish 1, Spanish 2, Spanish 3, Spanish 4, Spanish 4 Honors and Spanish 5AP. I have traveled and/or studied in Spain, Mexico, Honduras and several other countries of the world. My bachelor's degree is in Spanish & Linguistics. My master's degree is in Second Language Acquisition and my doctorate is in Hispanic Languages and Literatures from UCLA. I love teaching Spanish and sharing my passion for languages and cultures with my students at CHS!
Last updated: 08/26/2016
Dr. Deborah Bennett's Profile
Dr. Deborah Bennett's Blog
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'Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it is hard to read.' Groucho Marx
Dixie Bennett
Last updated: 09/15/2014
Dixie Bennett's Profile
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Last updated: 06/11/2016
Ryan Bergstrom's Profile
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Last updated: 08/26/2016
Dana Biederman's Profile
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This is my ninth year teaching at CALABASAS HIGH SCHOOL and I am really happy to be back! I have taught at the elementary school, the middle school and the high school levels in the past. I am so grateful to be here now. I have two sons, both graduates of Agoura High School. When not at CHS, I can often be found on my Yoga mat!
Kristin Blanton
Student Store
Last updated: 08/29/2016
Bradley Boelman's Profile
Social Science
Booie Brandt
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Special Education
Christina Buck
Last updated: 08/24/2016
Christina Buck's Profile
Ashley Burton
Last updated: 08/23/2016
Andrea Camacho's Profile
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I graduated from Pepperdine University with a BS in mathematics, a minor in Spanish, and a Ryan Single Subject Teaching Credential in Mathematics. I am also CLAD certified. I completed a Master's Degree in Education with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction from CSUN. I have always wanted to teach and I think teaching requires life-long learning. I have continued taking courses to further my education, improve my teaching, and to earn a master's degree. I have been teaching at Calabasas High School since 2000. I have taught Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Algebra 2 Honors, Math Analysis, Math Analysis Honors, Finite Math, and AP Calculus BC. I am also the California Scholarship Federation advisor. **************************************************************************************************** I have loved math as far back as I can remember. At first I loved its simplicity and as the complexity increased, I loved the ability to solve the problems and find an answer. The more complex the problem, the more rewarding the answers became. Now I enjoy watching my students experience this enthusiasm. **************************************************************************************************** Many students have phobias about math and dislike the subject for different reasons. I like to make math interesting. I try to find ways to relate the material on levels my students will understand. I create real-world examples that apply to their real world and their interests. I make learning specific to what they are familiar with in hopes of showing them that there are problems that require the problem-solving techniques that I am going to teach them in my class. Students will not only improve their math skills, they will enhance their critical thinking skills and their ability to participate in class discussions as well as cooperative learning situations. In addition, students will benefit technologically from this course by learning how to use scientific and graphing calculators to assist them in solving problems.
Last updated: 08/30/2016
Mariel Canete-Pine's Profile
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Foreign Language
Welcome to my Spanish class!! This year we are going to learn to use the language through songs, role-plays, competitions, games, mimics,proyects, diarios, etc. My goal is to prepare you to be able to communicate with native Spanish speakers. Let's make Spanish alive together!!!
Last updated: 08/30/2016
Christopher Carranza's Profile
Christopher Carranza's Blog
Hello! I'm teaching English I, II, and IV and looking forward to a great year!
Amanda Carter
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Special Education
Thomas Cassidy
Last updated: 08/30/2016
Thomas Cassidy's Profile
Elaine Castillo De Dijar
Last updated: 08/30/2016
Elaine Castillo De Dijar's Profile
Elaine Castillo De Dijar's Blog
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Foreign Language
Anush Chalian
Last updated: 08/20/2016
Anush Chalian's Profile
Anush Chalian's Blog
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Last updated: 08/25/2016
Cory Chandler ('s Profile
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Social Science, Athletic Director & P.E.
I want to welcome all students and parent to my website. This site will give us a great opportunity to stay on the same page and work together to have a successful semester. You can email me and I encourage you to check grades through the Aeries site. I am extremely excited to have the opportunity to teach health and look forward to a fabulous semester. My name is Cory Chandler graduated from Concordia University in Irvine California with a BA in Exercise and Sport Science with an emphasis in teaching and then earned my credential and masters in education from the University of Phoenix. While earning my degrees I was fortunate to play volleyball at the highest level as well as coach many athletes in California. I have coached volleyball and continued to play since I graduated high school and have coached all levels from novice to professional. A majority of my time was spent coaching club volleyball and collegiate volleyball. I have been extremely blessed to have had fabulous teachers and mentors to teach me about health and the impact that it has on overall life. Good luck this year and parents please feel free to contact me via email with any questions or concerns. I look forward to getting to know each student and meeting the parents.