Beatriz Tobin has over 23 years of experience as an educator. She has great passion for her native Spanish language and culture. She will be teaching Spanish II and IIA MYP. Her experience includes teaching Mathematics and Spanish ranging in grades 6th though University level. She received a Bachelors of Science in Education degree from SWTSU with a major in Math and Minor in Spanish and her Masters in Spanish literature from Arkansas Tech University. She attended MYP level II training last summer. Outside of the school setting Beatriz Tobin has both taught conversational Spanish and worked as a translator for various private businesses and church groups. She was also the Title III Activities Coordinator at Iowa Western Community College in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
As an educator, her goal is to help students learn Spanish, appreciate other cultures, discover and make connections, and become productive citizens prepared and ready to lead their generation in this complex and ever changing world.
She and her husband currently reside in Georgetown and recently celebrated 29 years of marriage. They have 3 children; one just graduated from SHSU with an English degree, another who just graduated from UNT majoring in Event Management-Finance and their youngest at Texas Tech College of Nursing. They are a family that believe in service and have gone on over 25 short-term Mexico mission trips in the last 12 years as well as do volunteer work in the community.