Ms. Jazmin Espinoza
Jazmin Espinoza was born in Los Angeles, California and right after high school she moved to Riverside, California where she planned on earning her college degree. She obtained her Bachelors of Science in Anthropology as well as a Bachelors of Arts in Women Studies from the University of California, Riverside. She continues to further her education by exclusively taking child development night and weekend classes in hopes of one day pursuing her master’s degree in Child Development.
Jazmin is an aspiring preschool teacher who has been working with Elementary School aged kids for almost five years. Before St. Sebastian she was working with teachers and their students in both kindergarten and fifth grade classroom settings. It has been her passion to work with children for as long as she can remember. Jazmin believes that preschoolers are probably one of the best age groups to teach because they are like sponges that can absorb so much information at a rapid rate. They blossom right before our eyes. By joining the St. Sebastian preschool unit Jazmin hopes to further her knowledge and grow as a preschool educator.
One of Jazmin’s passions is spending quality time with her family. Whenever possible she and her family love to take a camping trip to Lake Perris. While at the lake Jazmin loves to hike, swim and fish. Fun outdoor activities are always a part her agenda.