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Ms. Lundy

American Literature (11th grade English), AP Literature, AVID

 

Ms. Lundy was born and raised in San Francisco. She received her B.A. in English from SF State, was awarded Humanities' top honor of English Honoree upon graduation, and then received her English Credential from SF State the following year. She has taught at Mission High School and Juvenile Hall, as well as volunteered at middle/high schools throughout the city through 826 Valencia. She has taught all grade levels, but currently teaches AVID 9th/10th, American Literature, AP Literature, runs the creative writing club at Wallenberg (Fridays at lunch in room 117!), and serves as Dept. Chair.  For daily updates on homework, see her website at: http://lundyliterature.weebly.com/

 

Ms. Lundy loves live performances- poetry, music, plays, and short stories (especially when her students are the artists).  

Ms. Sheykhzadeh

Subjects: 9th Grade Literature and 12th Grade (European Literature)

Ms.Sheykhzadeh's favorite thing about Wallenberg students is their resilience.


Sarah Prensky-Pomeranz

English 1, English 2, Expository Writing

 

This is Ms. P.'s second year at Wallenberg. Ms. P. grew up in San Francisco, but left the city to earn her B.A. in English Literature, Urban Studies, and Medical Anthropology at the University of Michigan (GO BLUE!). Ms. P. then went on to work as an AmeriCorps youth worker in Boston, a U.S. Department of State Fulbright teacher in South Africa, and then as an English teacher at an independent school here in San Francisco. Before coming to Wallenberg, Ms. P. earned her Master's in Education from Harvard's Teacher Education Program. She now teaches English 1, 2, and Expository Reading and Writing -- three courses in which she and her students explore the power of language and experience the worlds of others. When Ms. P. isn't teaching or assisting the Wallenberg girls' soccer team, she can be found hiking in Yosemite or the Marin Headlands, biking by Ocean Beach, or playing round after round of the game Taboo with her family and friends...Ms. P. loves the students and faculty at Wallenberg  and feels so lucky to part of such a wonderful community!

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Natalie Sipos

9th Grade English, English Language Development

 

 

Ms. Sipos grew up in the East Bay (Alamo).  She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English (Honors) from Scripps College in 2011 and Masters of Arts in Education from the University of San Francisco in 2014.  She started teaching at Raoul Wallenberg High School in 2014.

 

In her free time, Ms. Sipos enjoys basketball, sailing, tennis, reading, and travel.


Ms. Battee

Subjects: English 2, American Literature

Hailing from Portland, Oregon, Danielle Battee has experience working with students in a variety of settings.  After working as a Family Support Specialist/Case Manager in several middle schools, Danielle moved overseas to South Korea where she taught English to kindergarten and elementary students.  Upon her return to Portland, she began managing a large tutoring program and teaching credit recovery courses in high school which prompted her to return to school to pursue her MEd in Secondary Language Arts and combine her love of literature with her love of teaching.  In her free time, she loves reading, writing, hiking, spending time with friends, and Muay Thai Kickboxing.