Name: Mrs. Vardanega-KentClassroom Number: C205Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Health EducationExtra Duty: TUPE Site Coordinator
**IF YOU ARE NOT RECEIVING REGULAR EMAILED PROGRESS REPORT EVERY FRIDAY FROM ME, PLEASE LET ME AN KNOW!HEALTH CLASSES:Students are required to print out the power point notes for every class. The link to them is on this page.**To sign up for reminder texts, please go the the Remind link on this page.Please note that I have the 2nd lunchClass SchedulePERIODCLASSPLACEStart TimeEnd TimeThursday/FridayAdvisoryC20511:1111:34Period 1Health
C2058:159:44Period 2HealthC2059:4911:22Period 3Health C20511:2712:56Period 4PrepC2051:313:00Period 5HealthC2058:159:44Period 6 Health C2059:4911:22Period 7 Health C20511:2712:56Period 8HealthC2051:313:00A little about Mrs. Vardanega-KentSchooling:
High School:Livermore High School (1995)
Colleges:Las Positas College (1997)
Associates In Arts, emphasizing in Pre- Veterinarian medicine
Fresno State (2000)
Major: B.S.; Animal Science with a Livestock Business Management emphasis
Chapman University (2004)
Single subject credential in Health & Physical EducationSupplementary authorization in Agriculture
Almost every weekend you can find me either riding with my horse trainer or showing my horse at American Quarter Horse Association and National Reining Horse Association shows. I also enjoy mountain biking, snowboarding, wakeboarding, and spending quality time with my family and friends.
I was born and raised on a ranch in Livermore, CA, attending elementary, middle and high school in town. I was fortunate to be able to own, ride and show horses, where I learned the responsibilities of raising animals. I had the amazing opportunity to show my horses up and down the state where I meet some of the most wonderful people in the world; we are still friends to this day!
After high school I headed to Fresno State to become an Animal Science Major. I was fortunate to receive a scholarship and ride for the only NCAA Division 1 Equestrian Team on the West Coast! While on the team I got to travel to different parts of the state and country to ride as a varsity member. During this time I earned my varsity letter and was awarded the Kiwanis Torch of Excellence.After college I worked for a few Agriculture Corporations and for the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District. My job for the LARPD was a Police Athletics/Activities Leagues leader and this is how I became involved with kids and decided to become a High School Teacher. For 14 years, I have been a Health, PE & Intro To Agriculture Teacher at Freedom were I enjoy my job and coming to work everyday.