Kenneth Howes, English
"I am from the glorious North of California, Red Bluff, home of cattle and mullets. I have taught at Chico State as a student adjunct, in Russia as a countenanced foreigner, in Brentwood as a young idealist, in Korea as an enraged alien, but it is in Fall River where I have cultivated my grey hairs. My lovely wife has blessed me with three children to occupy the electronic screens of my home. I have several hobbies, but it is bicycling that rules them all and keeps the others from killing me."
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Tamara Lopez, English
Hi,  I am Tamara Lopez! I have taught at Fall River Jr. Sr. High School for about eight years now. I grew up in Northern California on the coast, so I have a deep love for the ocean; however, my hiking experiences have instilled an equally deep respect for the mountains as well. I live with my thirteen year old son who keeps life pretty interesting, as do all of your children. There is never a dull day with my students! In my free time I enjoy baking, hiking,  writing, reading, and traveling. 
I teach AP English Language and Composition, English 10, English 8, and English 7. It is a great privilege to teach the students as they enter the school as seventh graders and then to see how much they have developed in their language skills by the tenth grade. The students at Fall River H.S. are truly special, and I am thankful to be back in the classroom to share my love of language with them.

Rafael A. Sevilla, Spanish/Athletic Director
Rafael was born in Los Angeles, CA but spent his childhood growing up in Alturas. Rafael went to school at Shasta and Butte college and completed his undergraduate degree at Chico State University in 2018 and is currently completing his Master's Degree and Teaching Credential through National University. Rafael  worked 13 years as a server in the restaurant industry and spent time as a drug and alcohol counselor. He has a love for History and his first language, Spanish. Rafael has a deep love and connection with athletics and has coached women's soccer at both Enterprise High School and Shasta College and has taken on the roll of Athletic Director for FRHS. Last year, he was nominated to receive the Outstanding New Educator Award by the Shasta Cascade Service Center, California Teachers Association, National Education Association and the Fall River Teachers Association. Rafael now resides in Fall River Mills where he loves being a girl dad to their daughters Aaliyah, Sophia, Mia and Bria.