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Santa Barbara, CA – The Down Syndrome Affiliation of Santa Barbara County’s “Extraordinary Educator” 2022 Award shall be introduced to Dos Pueblos Excessive College Culinary Arts Instructor, Chef Terri Ingram October 1st 5-9 pm on the “11th Annual Hoedown” on the Santa Barbara Carriage Museum. Annually the DSASBC acknowledges an Extraordinary Educator for his or her excellent work with people with Down syndrome and others with particular wants in our group. Terri Ingram has been the Culinary Arts instructor at Dos Pueblos Excessive College for 11 years and he or she is a grasp at inclusion. Chef Terri began a Espresso Cart and the SpEd Café at Dos Pueblos the place college students work on actual life abilities recognized of their IEP’s alongside facet their friends.
Chef Terri joins a tremendous group of previous “Extraordinary Educator” recipients – Goleta Union College District’s Adaptive PE Instructor Michael Galvan, El Camino College’s Linda Sparkuhl, Brandon College’s Jackie Zaida, Alpha Useful resource Middle’s Amy Buesker, Particular Schooling/Transition Instructor Cindy Rief, Goleta Valley Junior Excessive College Particular Schooling instructor Cameron Stewart, Brandon College’s Laura Herrera and Peabody Constitution College’s Danelle Hurtdao. Be a part of us as we award and honor this yr’s winner, Terri Ingram, at our annual celebration of Down Syndrome Consciousness Month.
This yr’s occasion is sponsored by Bartlett, Pringle & Wolf, Rio Vista Chevrolet & Youngsters’s Hospital of Los Angels. Households, mates and supporters of the DSASBC have fun Down Syndrome Consciousness month. It is going to be a night filled with nice BBQ dinner, dancing to reside music from The Dusty Jugz (The Rincons), silent public sale, tons of actions for the youngsters and extra – a enjoyable time is certain available by all. The occasion is from 5-9 pm Ticket costs are $15 adults & $5 youngsters – that features dinner, dancin’ & actions. Tickets can be found at www.dsasbc.org and on the door.