Special Education/Resource Teacher
My name is Victoria Loomis, and I have been an early childhood educator since 2014. I was born and raised in Bakersfield and graduated from Garces Memorial High School in 2009. I enjoy traveling, spending time with my family and friends, and love staying active through indoor cycling and exploring the outdoors. Graduating from OLPH in 2005 enriched me with the belief that a faith-filled curriculum is the best source of education.
I have a natural love for learning, reading, and elevating myself to my highest abilities; beliefs that I strive to instill in my students.
To prepare for my career, I received my Bachelors of Arts in English Literature from the University of Southern California in 2014. During my time at USC, I taught English to first grade students in inner-city schools surrounding USC. I also worked for Special Olympics Southern California and was a peer mentor through Best Buddies International. I love USC and am a Trojan through and through.
After graduation, I began my career in early childhood Special Education as a teacher at the Richardson Child Development Center in the summer of 2014. During this time I was attending CSU, Bakersfield for their multiple subject teaching credential program. At the Richardson Center I taught students with Moderate/ Severe learning disabilities, emotional disturbance, Autism spectrum disorder, deaf & hard of hearing, and those with visual processing disorders. In 2016, I worked with Panama Buena Vista Union School District to open their first early childhood Special Education classroom. I am currently working to complete my Masters in Special Education from CSUB. Please feel free to come by and see our learning in action! God Bless.