We recently celebrated a big farewell for Carmen Morales! After 32 years of service to our school and community, Mrs. Morales has announced that she will be retiring this year. On Wednesday, May 13th the school held a Farewell activity to honor her service to our school. For this special farewell, we where delighted to receive a visit from our alumnus and now Board of Trustees member, Daniel Ballori. Daniel gave a moving speech about how Carmen has become the very essence of what Robinson School is all about. Our amazing faculty is what really makes our school the best school in Puerto Rico. In his speech, Ballori also highlighted how teachers truly touch the heart and impact the mind of their students, therefore, they will always be honored and remembered! Thank you Mrs. Carmen Morales for being part of the Robinson family! You will be missed!
1983-1991 – Carmen Morales began her career in Robinson School as a Math Department teacher. She taught Algebra I, Geometry, SAT Math, and Trigonometry.
1991 – She became a Sponsor for the Senior Class, the Student Government Association, the National Honor Society, and the Mu Alpha Theta. She was the Elementary School Coordinator for Pre-Kinder to 6th grade, and also taught students from 6th through 12th grade.
1998-2007 – She was the High School principal.
2007-2012 – She concluded her position as High School Principal and became Math Department Supervisor for Pre-Kinder through 12th grade. She also continued teaching in both Middle School and Upper School.
2012-2015 – She retired from her position as Supervisor and continued to teach in the Math Department.