Mr. Diaz Math Program

Mr. Confesor Diaz

Phone: 9143768563

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BA Computer Science MS Teaching Mathematics in Grades 7-12 7-12 Math Bilingual Extension Mathematics Pre-K-6 Common Branch

Mr. Confesor Diaz

     I was born in a country side area in the Dominican Republic. I spent most of my childhood running around in my father small farm. I loved to help my father, but I never missed one school day. I enjoyed learning as much as I had fun chasing chickens and cleaning the farm. However, after my father died, my life changed completely. I had just started high school and he was my best friend. After that, I had to try harder to do my best in school as well as helping my mother. I had nine more brothers and sisters, and half of them were younger than me. I had to work and go to school since I started high school. I had to mature at a younger age, but I was very proud of that. In school, I always had fun helping my classmates with whatever I could, especially with math, my favorite subject. Much later, after I came to this country, my wife became a teacher while I was working as a refrigeration technician. However, My heart was constantly asking me to go and become a teacher. I followed my heart and I did not regret it.

     Today, after more than twenty years working with students from pre-k to 12, nothing gives me more satisfaction than looking at these youngsters becoming better human beings for themselves, their families, and their societies. I want you to know that I am here for anything I can do to help you.

Remember, "Where there is a will, there is a way" and "Never put until tomorrow what you can do today"

We are in this journey TOGETHER...let's stay POSITIVE...I am going to be around from 8:45 to 12:30 PM every day. Please, take a look at our new schedule. It is very similar to our school schedule. Math assignments are going to be posted Tuesday and Thursday. Please, pay attention to the due dates. Finally, I want you to know that I'm going to be here any time you need me.

Professionally yours, Mr. Diaz