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 Attended: 

 Azusa Pacific University Degree: BA Human Development
 Point Loma Nazarene University Credential Program : Multiple Subject and Mild to Moderate Special Education
 
Currently:
UCLA Extension : Educating and Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder 
 
 Resume:
 
 Monrovia Unified School District 2008-2010: Special Education Aide,Substitute Teacher 
 Holy Angels Elementary School 2010-present: Substitute Teacher, Resource Teacher , 7th Grade Religion Teacher
 
 
Dear Parents and Students:
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  This will be the 4th year that Holy Angels has had a Resource Program.  Since the beginning the goal of the Resource Program is to work with the grade level teachers to provide students with the small group instruction and individualized support they need.
 
In addition to my position as Resource Specialist, I once again have been given the privilege of teaching our 7th graders about our Catholic faith.
 
Looking forward to a great year! 
 
Mrs. Nixon
 
 
 
Romans 13:1
 
"Let every person be subordinate to the higher authorities, for there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been established by God."  
 
The beginning of any new presidency is a good time for the faithful to consider what the Catholic Church teaches about the  origin , limits, and obligations of political authority , and to reflect upon the faithful's role in public life.
 
 
God Bless America.
 

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