7th Grade teacher (Former Employee) – Victorville, CA – March 22, 2019
Instruct students based on common core standards and the c's of education. Created a safe and academically rich environment. Met the needs of all level of students through the use of various of strategies.
Probably one of the most corrupt districts I know of.
Sub (Current Employee) – Victorville, CA – January 17, 2019
Prefer not to even go into detail about this place. To be honest, if you have the right qualifications you could probably go relatively far in this district but I really can't say I know anyone here that was actually happy and most of that can be attributed to poor budgeting planning, and just overall poor management.
Very bad place to work,lack of employer,discrimination against some races,not equal opportunities.
Custodian/Janitor (Former Employee) – Victorville, CA – October 4, 2017
Very busy, lack of employment.Not enough people to do the job. I learned to be independent, Do not trust anybody in this company.to be strong. Very bad management. Bad experience. The supervisor administrator. working without supervision and help students, I love the students who have mental disabilities.They are lovely.
7th grade Math/science teacher (Current Employee) – Victorville, CA – September 19, 2017
It is a fast paced school with many things happening daily. Flexibility is necessary to adjust to the quick pace. Many supportive teachers and admin. The culture of the school is helping each other, many veteran teachers willing to help. Hardest part of the job is learning time management. Best part of the day is knowing that one student I can help and reach is possible daily.
Custodian/Maintenance (Former Employee) – Victorville, CA – September 13, 2017
my day started out good I learned all my work there that I do now in my life. Management was very bad. work place was good and bad. the hardest part of the job was getting to agree with my main supervisor cause he did not know his job. I really liked working with my co workers that was cool all were very nice.
It was great having the chance to teach and mentor high school students
HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICS TEACHER (Former Employee) – Victorville, CA – March 11, 2015
Teaching at this or any other high school is very interesting because supervision is almost nonexistent and you have to take it upon yourself to excel at your job. Also, this was a great place for me to practice and develop my briefing/communications skills. Unfortunately, there was very little time to get to know my coworkers.
Track and Field Coach (Former Employee) – Victorville,CA – November 23, 2014
I conducted practice for large groups of High School Students. Required a lot of patience with teenagers and fellow coaches within the athletic department. Sharing school athletic facilities was sometimes a hassel. Delegating issues with the league was no picnic either. However I have always held passion for the sport. I had an eye for talent and helped kids use their athletic talents as a vessel to get them a further education through college and athletic scholarships.
requires a lot of patience with students and fellow coaches, and say goodbye to your weekends
Substitute Teacher (Current Employee) – Victorville, CA – April 1, 2013
I'm a substitute teacher, so I was mainly going and covering classes from grades 7-12th. I'd come to the specific school, grab my folder for the class/subject I was teaching. I'd make sure there were lesson plans, and guidelines in order to teach the class what they needed to learn for that day. It's hard to develop some sort of relationship with co-workers because you don't see them often, but they are really helpful throughout the day if you need them. The hardest part of my day was dealing with a difficult student who just didn't want to follow directions, but for the most part I enjoy working with children.
insight to teaching, learning how to work with students.
not a permanent employee, unpaid vacation, no benefits.