Why Family Coaches?
Here at Esperanza Cyber Charter School, we take pride in being an asset to our students and community. With our family coaches, we created a network of helpful individuals looking to assist students and parents with different issues including: student engagement, grades, technology problems, and support in general. We strive to make an impact in our community, and our family coaches are leading this path.
Testimonials from Students and Parents
“Hello, I just wanted to take the time to appreciate you for always helping me with Oliver and with anything I ever needed. Thanks for always being there for help, And I appreciate that we can always reach out to you.” – Parent of Oliver Moncion
“Esperanza cyber charter school has been a blessing for my daughter who was unable to assist in person school due to health reasons. I love that the teachers and staff truly care about the students well-being and academic needs. I’m grateful to know that there is a school that goes above and beyond to help not only their students but their families as well. My daughter and I have had a great experience with Esperanza and are very thankful to all of the teachers and staff that have helped us. I would definitely recommend this school to any parent in need of a school that will benefit their children in all aspects.”- Parent of Ashley Otanez
if it wasn’t for Mr.Diaz giving me the push I needed I wouldn’t have passed, I’m so much more than grateful, I wouldn’t ask for anyone else, he talked to me, my mom, told us what I can do to improve and I did just that, some days I felt like giving up but Mr.Diaz was there telling me the words I needed to hear, he has sent me a list of assignments that I had to completed, I got comfortable with Mr.Diaz in such a short amount of time, I’m so grateful that he always took the time out of his day to make sure I was okay or how my school work was coming & he told me he would always be there, no matter what time I texted or called he would always respond, I’m moving to the next grade all thanks to Mr.Diaz.” – Emeddie T Rodriguez
The Climate Specialist plays a critical role in improving student performance within our school by ensuring the school creates and maintains a positive learning environment and a culture of high expectations. The climate specialist will collaborate with school staff to implement strategies and programs designed to improve culture and climate and work to ensure that the school is safe and supports learning. In addition, the climate specialist will work with school staff to effectively engage families on the importance of school attendance.
Tiffany Heisler is an Esperanza Academy alumni graduate of 2011. Tiffany enjoys helping and encourage others to be the best version of themselves. Tiffany is our 11th-grade family coach and she will motivate the students throughout the year to log in on time, stay on task, and communicate. Tiffany will reach out to families to gain relationship between the students and families to inform them that I will be a direct contact with different resources to help students succeed.
Kiana Cox is one of our 10th-grade family coaches. Kiana grew up in the North Philadelphia community and is here to help students navigate their first year of high school. Kiana is looking forward to providing support with home visits, keeping up with student attendance and grades, and being a direct source for any student and family questions.
Destiny Lebron is one of our 9th-grade family coach, attended and even had a family coach, which was instrumental during high school due to her being the oldest of eight. Destiny is a native of North Philadelphia which gives her a clear view of how to support her community. As an alum of a cyber school, Destiny is fully equipped with answers to the various different questions parents and students may have.
Zenaida Rodriguez is one of the 9th-grade family coaches. Zenaida has worked with new immigrant families coming to South Philadelphia and provided them with resources and basic needs. Zenaida is making it her mission to help our ECCS families by monitoring attendance, doing home visits, being in direct contact with students, and maintaining communication between both students and families.
Edmanuel Diaz is one of our 9th-grade family coaches. Edmanuel attended Full Sail University and received a degree in Recording Arts and Production. Edmanuel’s goal is to ensure that all students are on task and doing what they are supposed to do, so they can get to the next grade. Edmanuel is looking forward to being the parent and guardian’s point of contact in order to keep the student on the right academic path.
Jasminvette Ayala is our 8th grade family coach. Jaminvette is a positive person and loves being an asset to her community. Jasminvette has a history of being a youth director for over 10 years and also runs an after school mentoring program through basketball called GTAG. Jasminvette is well equipped to help students and family stay informed and assisted academically.
Jocelyn Rivera is our 6th grade family coach. As a family coach Jocelyn is here to use relationship-based practices with your children as well as with parents as the primary mode of service delivery. Through ongoing interactions in home visits and socializations. Jocelyn is here to communicate, support and motivate 6th grade students and also advocate for the families as well.
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