I’m super excited to begin my first year here at PFFS. I was born in Flagstaff and was raised between there and the Navajo Reservation. I am mostly Navajo, but I am also Ho-Chunk, Sac and Fox, Rosebud Sioux, and Potawatomi. I have many interests and hobbies but chief among them are basketball, writing, reading,… Read more »
Arnulfo teaches Spanish 3, Spanish Literacy, Spanish Culture, and Guitar. He also provides math support. This is Arnulfo’s first year teaching at PFFSU. He joined our staff after teaching math at Roskruge for over twenty years. Arnulfo’s personal bio is coming soon.
I was born and raised on the Southside of Tucson, AZ and graduated from Sunnyside High School in 2012. From there, I attended the University of Arizona and graduated in 2017 with my BA in Global Studies: Human Rights, Migration and Social Movements with two minors: Japanese and eSociety. Throughout all of that time I… Read more »
A native of the District of Columbia, I was five years old when I first saw Superman. He was flying across the front of my lunch box, swooping around the back to break up a nefarious gang, slipping along the narrow side to change into a person that no one would think twice about. Right… Read more »
Adrian c0-teaches the Humanities classes at PFFSU. She is also an advisor. Adrian’s personal bio is coming soon.
I was born and raised in Nogales, Arizona along the US/Mexico border and learned to speak Spanish at a very early age. I spent much of my youth working at my dad’s animal hospital and visiting Nogales, Sonora with my Nana. I moved to Bahia de Kino, Sonora, Mexico in 1991 where I spent the… Read more »
My name is Carman Ryken, and I have always had so many passions in life that it is hard to name them all. I love to eat and cook new foods, travel to new places, and especially learn new things! A few of the fun things I have learned in my life include dancing, sewing,… Read more »
I started part time at Paulo Freire in January of 2006 and have been hooked ever since. I have the wonderful job of helping students whenever they may need extra help or an extra challenge. When I tell people I meet about the students, staff, and mission of the school, they are in disbelief… Read more »