Degrees and Certifications:
M.A. in Education - Central Michigan University (at Fort Gordon), Augusta, GA / Graduate work: Universidad Complutense of Madrid, Spain Certification in Spanish - Augusta State University, GA NBCT: Nationally Board Certified Teacher U.S. Army Officer School - Fort Lewis, WA / Fort Gordon, GA / Defense Language Institute, TX B.A. in Education - Puerto Rico
Ms. Roseliz Santiago-Librán
My name is Roseliz Santiago-Libran. I was born and raised in Puerto Rico. I left the island after my first college degree to serve in the Army as an officer in communications. Upon exiting active duty, I started teaching industrial technology and later Spanish at Midland Valley High School. In the process, I earned the Spanish certification, the master’s degree, and the national board certification. I have taught in Puerto Rico, Georgia, and South Carolina. This is my twenty-fifth-year teaching at MVHS. Midland Valley is my second home. I love to teach and enjoy very much exposing the students to the wonderful Spanish language.
The most wonderful experience of my life is becoming a mother. I am the proud and happy parent of an awesome girl. She is ten years old and recently started the fifth grade. We enjoy being outdoors, visiting family and friends in Puerto Rico, Florida, and Charleston. We love dancing, music, singing, movies, crafts, and recently gardening. However, our real passion is water. We love the beach, the lake, and the rivers back in Puerto Rico. We have two dogs Yuke and Clio. Clio came to us recently. We also have a cat named Tigre.
Welcome to MVHS! Go Mustangs!