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CELEBRATING & ELEVATING TEACHING AND LEARNING IN SAN ANTONIO 

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About Us
mission
cure-ups
cultivation
discipleship
celebrate and elevate teaching and learning
monthly meetings

Large group gatherings to HELP and HYPE

  • will elevate, validate and celebrate educators

  • off campus, after hours

bi-annual meetings

small group meetings focused on pedagogy

  • refine COMPETENCE, build CONFIDENCE, give COMPLIMENTS

  • 1/2 Day Saturday sessions

semester meetings
  • study the discipline of leadership and improve:

    • POSTURE (frame of mind, approach, ways, beliefs)

    • POWER (influence, effectiveness, might)

  • One book per semester

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we believe in networking, feedback, and having fun

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    Membership is for the 22-23 School Year
    San Antonio, 1002 N Flores St, San Antonio, TX 78212, USA
    Membership is for the school year from July 2022 through July 2023. SALT membership includes: -SALT monthly social events -SALT book club -SALT holiday party -FREE food and drinks at SALT events
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  • Teacher Resource Fair
    Jan 28, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
    The Cherrity Bar, 302 Montana St, San Antonio, TX 78203, USA
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  • Sip, Socialize & Learn
    Jan 18, 5:30 PM – 6:45 PM
    Kimura, 1017 N Flores St, San Antonio, TX 78212, USA
    The 88th legislature starts on January 10th, so what?
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  • Vision Board & Planner Social
    Jan 15, 11:00 AM
    Olmos Perk , 5223 McCullough Ave, San Antonio, TX 78212, USA
    Set aside some time to dream with us!
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Meet Our Board!

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Jen Maestas,

Founder

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Jen's been a teacher, instructional coach, and elementary school principal. She hosts Miss Education, a podcast about the education landscape in San Antonio.  She works for CAST Schools Network supporting the work of six high schools in SA.

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Veronica Valdovinos,

Co-Founder

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Veronica has been a first grade teacher, a fourth grade teacher, an instructional coach and is currently serving SA's largest urban school district as an administrative intern.  She's also pursuing her educational leadership graduate degree at Trinity University.

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Veronica Diaz
Board Member

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Veronica is the Managing Director of Alumni Impact at Teacher For America San Antonio.  Veronica was a teacher and a bilingual specialist during her years serving campuses from Texas and California.  Veronica is an equity focused leader who cares about teacher voice and impact.

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Jonathan Rowley
Board Member

Jonathan is a teacher at Young Women's Leadership Academy, Primary here in San Antonio.  Jonathan is dedicated to the success of his students and to the profession of education.  He works diligently every day to provide engaging lessons and to advocate for best practices in the classroom.

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Sukh Kaur
Board Member

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Sukh is a TFA alum.  She taught middle school math in Houston and also served as Dean of Instruction and College Advisor.  She is the owner & CEO of EdReimagined and recently completed her doctoral program at Vanderbilt University. 

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Sophie Torres Board Member

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Sophie is  the Regional Advocacy Director for Raise Your Hand Texas, an nonpartisan education nonprofit focused on supporting public policy solutions. Her love for advocacy and fellowship is married in the work SALT does for educations in the area.  

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Jennifer Benavides
Board Member

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Jennifer is an experienced principal leading the work at Fox Tech High School in SAISD.  She is skilled at building relationships and seeing the magic in everyone.  She's dedicated to building programs that strengthen the connection between educators and the community that we serve.

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Delia Montelongo-McLerran
Board Member

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Delia McLerran is the proud Head of Schools of the Young Women’s Leadership Academy (YWLA) Network.  Her passion for teaching began in New York City’s Bronx borough. She taught and served Corpus Christi as administrator for 19 years before moving to San Antonio in 2010.

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