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Third Grade Teachers

Christina Cena spent the first ten years of her life in Chile. It was during these formative years that a love and appreciation for the Latin language and culture was birthed. Since moving back to the U.S. Christina has lived in Southern California, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Nevada, and finally settled in Santa Rosa in January 2012.  Christina graduated with her B.A. in Liberal Studies from Hope International University in 2003. During her college years she spent time in Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, and studied abroad in England and Austria. In 2009 she received her Teaching Credential and M. Ed. Christina has a deep appreciation for cultural diversity and is thrilled about the opportunity to integrate her love of Spanish and learning into the classroom. Christina has been happily married for ten years and is the proud mother of three children. She enjoys hiking, camping with the family, and experimenting with vegan friendly recipes.




Bibiana Anzures was born in Mexicali, Mexico, and raised in the San Diego-Tijuana region. She has experienced first-hand the struggle and sweet success associated with learning a second language in a multicultural world. After teaching English for two years at a private school in Tijuana, she worked as a Special Education Assistant for the San Diego Unified School District. In 2017, Mrs. Anzures completed a Bilingual Multiple Subject Teaching Credential at San Diego State University (SDSU) and relocated to Sonoma County in order to become a part of the CCLA family. Mrs. Anzures is passionate about teaching and creating a multicultural learning community in her classroom. She is eager to begin working with your child through insightful lessons, creative curriculum, and fostering an atmosphere geared for dual-language achievement. Maestra Anzures enjoys traveling because it gives her the opportunity to learn about different cultures and experience local cuisine!



        Araceli Perez