Sra. Cerezo H1B visa
To whom it may concern,
We are writing with the object in mind to ask the Jordan School district to please consider sponsoring Sra. Cerezo so that she may stay longer than her current visa and continue to teach at Welby Elementary. We wanted to let you know that the idea of offering visas to the international teachers who come from other countries to give our students the experience to be taught the language is a great idea. Some of the teachers who would like to stay longer should have that opportunity. They are here in the country and after three years that have been able to really learn and settle into the teaching to be able to even become better teachers.
Sra. Cerezo has been an incredible teacher to many of our children at Welby. As the children have come into the first grade she has helped them to have a love of the Spanish language and the confidence to begin to speak the language. Sra. Cerezo can take a room full of 6 and 7 years old’s who have very little knowledge, if any, of the Spanish language and help the students have the confidence that they will begin to understand and learn Spanish. The students quickly start to pick up on the vocabulary and grow in their understanding of the language. Some parents have had the privilege of having Sra. Cerezo teach several of their children as younger children have also entered the Spanish Dual Immersion Program. Other parents hope that their younger children will also have the opportunity to be taught by Sra. Cerezo. She has an effective teaching style and she works well to help the parents know what we can do to encourage our students learning at home. She helps parents, both who speak Spanish and those who do not. Also, she and Mrs. Torres, the English teacher for the first grade at Welby, have done a great job setting up a system working as a team to teach these young first graders at they begin their educational experience.
Additionally, Sra. Cerezo is a great asset to the school beyond teaching in the classroom. This is her second year being involved in the Welby Lego Robotics Team as one of the coaches. She has given much of her and her talents in teaching to the families at Welby Elementary. It would be a great privilege for the school to be able to have Sra. Cerezo have her visa extended so that we may be able to help our future children who will be a part of the Dual Immersion program at Welby Elementary and all the students who are on the First Lego Robotics team.
Thank you for your time, and considering her to receive the H1B visa.
Respectfully, parents and families of Welby Elementary,