Degree in Economic Sciences. Nestor has become part of our team. He has been in the school as temporary teacher, but from this year he will be teaching the first graders.
Nestor Chavez, Nicaraguense: Teacher of first grade (primary school)
Bachelor in pedagogic strategies by Central American University (UCA) in 2011, with a middle degree in Accounting (INTAE 2008), professor Rodriguez has worked as a primary school teacher since 2002, and previously worked as a popular teacher in youth education and adults. Since January 2013 he began his job in our Cocibolca School as fourth grade teacher and continues with the position of Primary Education Coordinator.
Marlon Antonio Rodríguez, Nicaragüense: Academic Coordinator Primary School and Third grade teacher
The youngest of our teachers in kindergarten but experienced in the area, Dacia is finishing her bachelor degree in Pedagogy, she has worked in different schools in Granada, we are sure that our children are in good hands and will make a good balance in the team.
Dacia Gutierrez, Nicaraguense: Teacher of K4
Black belt I and III Dan of KARATE-DO, Panamerican karate referee, self-defense trainer, high performance coach, Adolfo has extensive experience and skills in the area, but the most important he has is that he likes to work hard to train students.
Adolfo Gutierrez, Nicaraguense: Martial Arts teacher
With great enthusiasm Maverick is part of our team, she worked for more than 10 years at the Teresiano School Managua in the bilingual area, besides being the coordinator of the 2nd grade.
Maverick Briones, Nicaraguense: Teacher
She studied Education at Normal School Mary Mazzarello in Managua. Graduated with a degree of Business Secretary from College El Éxito in Granada. Teacher Roblero worked as a pre-school teacher from 2001 to 2004 and since 2007 she has worked as a teacher in kindergarten at Kinder Sacuanjoche, now Cocibolca Internacional School.Since 2010 she has participated in training workshops for Waldorf kindergartens in various countries in Central America including Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Guatemala.
Jacqueline Roblero, Nicaragüense: Teacher of K4.
Katia is a teacher with great enthusiasm leads one of the kindergarten groups, has worked in several schools in Granada and has a lot of experience in the area of pre-school.
Kathia Toruño, Nicaragüense: Kindergarten Teacher
Teacher Ruiz began working as an assistant in the previous Kinder Sacuanjoche in 2008, and since then she has been formed empirically through personal study and participation in training workshops for Waldorf Kindergartens throughout Central America. In 2013 she attended two training held in Nicaragua and Costa Rica. Since August 2013 she began working as a teacher of K2 (maternal)
Nubia Ruiz. Nicaragüense: Teacher of K3.
Professional musician, he began his musical career as an autodidact. Later he studied at the music school of Masaya, where he was singing teacher and director of a children's choir. For three years he is following studies at the School of Music at Casa de los Tres Mundos in Granada. He is a member of the choral group Profondi Voci, the Choir of the Casa de los Tres Mundos, in addition he has his own band. Since October 2013 he is a music teacher at Cocibolca International School.
Luis España, Nicaraguense: Music teacher
He is a known and recognized artist, not only in Granada and Nicaragua, but also abroad. Professor Arias has been combining for more than ten years his creative artistic work in different techniques, including oil painting, watercolor, acrylics, embossed ... , engravings, and in recent years also graphic design, to teach visual arts and drawing for children of different ages. Since September 2013 he works as Master of Arts at Cocibolca International School.
Eduardo Arias, Nicaragüense: Visual arts teacher.
Angee is a teacher who help her students to meet their goals and encourages them to bring down their own barriers. Cocibolca International School is very happy to have Angee as part of the team. Graduated in Educational Sciences. Her manor experience is teaching young adults.
Angee Montoya, Nicaraguense: Teacher
Lesbia really knows how to cook. At Cocibolca International School she has learned to cook with international recipes and ingredients. Thanks to her cooking talent, the students at our school eat their fruits and vegetables happily. Furthermore Lesbia is mother of one of the students.
Lesbia Hernandez: Cook
Fatima Mejia has obtained a Bachelor degree in Marketing and Advertising, and has lived and worked in Nicaragua, England,and the U.S. Her goals as principal is to grow the school, maintaining a motivated team, and ensuring that all the children at the school get the quality education every child deserves. As a principal and as a mother she cares about the education and the welfare of all children.
Fátima Mejía: Principal
Graduated in Banking and Finance, Nataly assists in a very efficient manner all the administrative work of the school. In addition to performing her job, she has become a key part of the school.
Nataly Morales: Assistent