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Getting to Know SDCOE: Dulce Gonzalez

Getting to Know SDCOE: Dulce Gonzalez

Special education aide Dulce Gonzalez consistently puts students at the forefront of her work, actively seeking to understand and meet their needs. 

At San Diego SOAR Academy, she supports students with classroom lessons as well as offering additional guidance and going out of her way to create a welcoming environment. 

“Dulce’s dedication to student success is evident in her willingness to go above and beyond to ensure that every student feels valued and supported,” said Marisa Tirri, who nominated her. 

She also offers clerical support such as requesting records, writing cover letters, mailing information, organizing lists, maintaining records, and coordinating with other agencies. 

“Without her timely work in requesting student records from school districts across the county, the teachers have little to no information regarding the student,” Tirri said. 

Gonzalez has worked for the San Diego County Office of Education for 16 years and currently supports students at the East Mesa and Youth Transition Campus sites. She also ensures consistency of data in student information systems for all Juvenile Court and Community Schools sites. 

 

Getting to Know SDCOE is a regular feature at sdcoe.net that highlights the important work of different members of the team. 


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