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Mrs. Morisaki has worked for LAUSD since 1995.  She has taught grades Kinder, 1, 2, and 3 but her favorite is TK!  She attended UCSD and received a BA in History along with her Teaching Credential in Elementary Education.  She has a Master's Degree from LMU in Language and Literacy.  She has two sons who also attended Paseo!  



Ms. O'Shaughnessy
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First Grade

Mrs. Jimenez graduated with a B.A. in Liberal Studies from Cal State Dominguez and a BCLAD teaching credential. She loves working at Paseo because of the collaboration between teachers and across grade levels to inspire and encourage students' individual talents and strengths. She is also a Cotsen Fellow. 
Ms. Ramos

Second Grade

Mrs. Dennis began her teaching career at Paseo del Rey in 1996. She taught 3rd and 2nd grades. She graduated from LMU with a BA in liberal studies, a CLAD credential. She is passionate about teaching and especially loves it when her students come back to visit her after graduating from high school and college.

Third Grade

Mrs. Vosburgh received her Degree in Broadcast Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. Realizing that her true calling was teaching, Ms. Vosburgh obtained her teaching credential,  a Master's in Education, a Nationally Board Certified Teacher, and a Cotsen Fellow.

Fourth Grade

Ms. Brousseau has worked for LAUSD since 2003. She has taught 5th, 4th, 1st and 2nd grade. She completed a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She earned a Master’s of Science Degree in Kinesiology from CSULB. She loves working for a STEAM inspired school.

Fifth Grade

Mrs. Nazarian graduated with a B.A. in Liberal Studies from Azusa Pacific University and then received her Credential from Cal State Dominguez Hills. After teacher both 6th and 5th grade, she received her Master of Science in Learning Design and Technology from Western Governors University. She loves teaching 5th graders and preparing them for middle school!