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But the longtime Redlands Unified educators say they are ready for new opportunities and will leave the district at the end of the school year.
Between them, they have more than 60 years of teaching experience in the district. Rita, 61, serves as the director of choral music at Redlands East Valley High School, while her husband teaches eighth-grade U. It took some time for Rita to tell her students at REV that she was leaving. She wanted to wait until choral auditions were finished to deliver the news, which she thought might be a distraction for some students.
John, however, told his students earlier in the school year. And while they were surprised by the news, John said they were excited for him. In addition to traveling more and spending time with family, the couple plans to continue teaching but in a different capacity. In February, Faith and her dad partnered to host Pioneer Day at Cope, where his students took part in various pioneer-themed activities, from cooking to panning for gold and gemstones. Rita, meanwhile, is on board to help REV transition its choral program to a new director.
Rita and John credit their success in education to how much they enjoyed teaching. For those looking to get into the profession, the couple recommends finding ways to stay engaged with students and have an authentic joy and love for the job. Kids are very smart and they can read you.
You have to be enthusiastic about it because every group deserves your best. By Kristina Hernandez. Leaving their full-time careers behind was not an easy call, the couple said.
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