Ted Cribari III
- Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Minor in Italian, CSU Long Beach
- Multiple Subject Teaching Credential
- Master's Degree in Education
- Administrative Credential, Santa Clara University and UC Irvine
I have always enjoyed school and have very fond memories of my own experiences as a student. I think this nudged me towards the field of education. For over a dozen years I taught sixth grade and coached a variety of sports, loving every minute of it. I have also worked as a math coach and middle school and elementary school administrator within the Campbell Union School District. Seeing kids improve, achieve, and feel confident is a terrific feeling for everyone involved. Being an administrator now affords me the opportunity to help more than a single classroom of students achieve.
Education as we have known it is undergoing tremendous changes, and while sometimes unnerving, it is exciting to be a part of change, providing what students need under current circumstances and future predictions. Ultimately, I believe it is our responsibility to provide students the tools necessary to create potential solutions to perceived obstacles so that they may flourish as a whole person.
In my spare time, I love to run in the hills of Los Gatos, spend time with my family, and read.