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Third Grade Teachers

Professeurs de CE2

Mme. BrockettZeynep Brockett, French Teacher (3C)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mrs. Brockett grew up bilingual in Turkey and attended the French school of Ankara from preschool on. After graduating from the Lycée Français d’Ankara, she went to college in France and obtained her Ph.D in Economics from Université Paris-Ouest. She then taught and conducted research at Bilkent University in Ankara, Columbia University in New York City and UC Berkeley in the Bay Area. After having her children, she got involved in the education of younger children through homeschooling, designing and managing a democratic after-school program and coaching Odyssey of the Mind. She traveled extensively on four continents, speaks four languages and has a passion for mathematics and creative thinking.


Mme. Cabaz RaufasteKetsia Cabaz Raufaste, French Teacher (3A)                                                                                                                                                                    


Ronit GlickmanRonit Glickman, English Teacher                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mrs. Glickman was born in Jerusalem, Israel and raised in Santa Rosa, CA. She has a B.A. in Art History and Economics and completed her Multiple Subject Teaching Credential at Sonoma State University. Before joining SRFACS she was a Reading Specialist working with emerging readers. She is an insightful teacher with a nurturing personality. She is passionate about working with children and loves to integrate art, literature, and movement into her hands-on learning classroom. In her free time she enjoys reading, traveling, cooking and spending time with her husband and two daughters. Mrs. Glickman is very excited to be part of the SRFACS community!   


Jean-Philippe Ehrhold, French Teacher (3B)jp                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Mr. Ehrhold grew up in the East of France between Dijon and Lyon. With an Alsatian father and a Spanish (Andalucía) mother, he was immediately rocked by travel. At the age of 10, the whole family moved to Reunion Island. Back in France in the middle of the Burgundy vineyards, he passed a scientific baccalaureate and then, passionate about all sports, he opted for sports University in Dijon, specializing in Education. A school teacher since 2009, he started as a substitute to discover all levels and facets of the profession. During his last two years in France, just before coming to California, he was a primary school principal and a 5th grade teacher. He likes to set up cross-functional projects that allow learning in a different way, while having fun (chess, various correspondences, sport/music ...). Pianist during his free time (10 years at the conservatory), he loves music, in particular the dance he has performed each year with his classes. Bon vivant, he likes to work in a good mood and it is so important to him that his students attend school with pleasure !

M. Ehrhold a grandi en Bourgogne entre Dijon et Lyon. Avec un père alsacien et une mère espagnole, il a tout de suite été bercé par les voyages.
A l’âge de 10 ans, toute la famille est partie vivre à l’Ile de la Réunion. De retour en France métropolitaine aux pieds des vignes bourguignonnes, il a passé un Bac scientifique puis, passionné par tous les sports, il a opté pour des études sportives à Dijon (STAPS) se spécialisant petit à petit dans l'Éducation.
Professeur des Écoles depuis 2009, il a d’abord remplacé dans tous les niveaux de classes pour découvrir toutes les facettes du métier. Lors de ses deux dernières années en France, juste avant de venir en Californie, il a été directeur d’un grand groupe scolaire (plus de 200 élèves) et enseignant en 5ème grade. Il aime monter des projets transversaux qui permettent d’apprendre autrement, en s’amusant (échecs, correspondances diverses…). Pianiste à ses heures perdues (10 années de conservatoire), il adore la musique dans son ensemble et notamment la danse qu’il a pratiquée chaque année avec ses élèves. Bout-en-train, il aime travailler dans la bonne humeur et accorde une attention toute particulière au bien-être et au plaisir de ses élèves.