Señora Hooley
I am a graduate of Mount Vernon High School, Findlay College and The Ohio State University.  In High School focused on Spanish and music.  I graduated from Findlay with a BA in Spanish English Bilingual Multicultural Education.  I completed my MA at The Ohio State University in Peninsular Culture and Phonology & Phonetics of the Spanish Language.  I traveled to the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico and Sevilla, Spain as an undergrad.  I applied for and received a graduate scholarship from the Rotary International to live and study in Pamplona, Spain for a year.  I enjoyed Pamplona so much that I found a job teaching English at Academia Leap the following year.  While living in Spain, I traveled with many friends and also by myself to explore Europe.  I have visited all parts of Spain, Portugal, Gibraltar, Morocco, France, Italy, Switzerland, East & West Germany, the Netherlands, Greece & Turkey.  As a teacher I have studied in Ecuador, Costa Rica and Mexico.  I received several NEHand Fulbright Hays grants that took me to Puebla, Mexico, Cusco, Perú as well as Mexico and Guatemala.  
 
I have worked at MVCS for 27 years now. 
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