Local teachers named Jake’s Del Mar ‘Educators of the Month’

Jake’s Del Mar recently announced its recent Educator of the Month honorees.

Jake’s Educator of the Month program, established in 1990, recognizes outstanding educators and faculty from schools in the communities of Del Mar, Carmel Valley and Solana Beach. Each winner receives a $40 gift certificate to dine at Jake’s Del Mar.

These honorees include: Tricia Huppert, Sierra Cruz (Ashley Falls School), Jennifer Havlat, Maria Soco Santos (Carmel Del Mar School), Abby Farricker, Roseann Reyes (Del Mar Heights School), Greg Jordan, Tracy Graciano (Del Mar Hills Academy of Arts and Sciences), Lillian Rutledge, Sam Wassman (Ocean Air School),  Sallie Small, Ryan Torrecarion (Sage Canyon School), Dana Stuart, Leslie Yanagihara (Sycamore Ridge), Nalani Grossman, Eboni Harvey (Torrey Hills School), Shirley Bales, Maura Scioscia (Notre Dame Academy), Teri Harrah (Skyline School), Erin Bartosiswicz, Kathy Zakoski  (Solana Vista School), Donna Arnaudoff, Victor Becerra (Solana Pacific School),  Ellen Leventhal, Marie Schultz (Solana Highlands School),  Steven Saylor, Tami Austin (Earl Warren Middle School), Andi Medley (St. James Academy), Beverly Medrano, Sharen Vandenbroek  (Tri City Christian), Sue Yant, Shawn Back (Ada Harris Elementary) and Hannah Huddleston, Michele Rodriguez (San Marcos Middle School).

For more information on Jake’s Del Mar restaurant, visit www.jakesdelmar.com.

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