"Lord, Please bless my students, and help them as they grow.  May I teach them faithfully the things that they need to know.  So that they may face the future knowing that they are prepared, and when they think of school days, May they know their teacher cared".

Mr. Del Toro  




Students must come to school each day with the following materials:

2 Pens (Black or Blue Ink ONLY)

2 pencils with erasers (sharpened)

1 Red Pen for Peer Correcting

1 box of colored markers (8 or 12)

2 different color highlighters

1 box of colored pencils

2 glue sticks

1 pair of scissors

1 homework folder

Homework Planner/Agenda ($10 - purchased in school)

Students must bring to school the following materials within the first 2 weeks of school.

3 package of 3 hole-punch paper (college-ruled)

1 ½ ” binder with five tab dividers

Pencil case

2 White correction tapes

1 package of multi-colored construction paper

2 boxes of tissues (no boutique please)

2 packages of wipes

2 packages of copy paper

1 package of dry erase markers


     I am excited to be teaching another year of middle school at St. Jerome. I have been at SJS for 21 years. Time truly flies. From Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA, I received a Bachelor of Arts - Economics, in addition to a Masters of Arts degree - Multiple Subject Elementary Education. I received a second Masters in Education with an emphasis on Curriculum Design and Technology from Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZ. 

     I've enjoyed teaching here in diverse capacities and across the different grade levels. I am the 6th grade homeroom teacher and currently teach Math and Science to 6th -8th grades. It has been my privilege to help enrich the lives of our wonderful students, both academically and spiritually.  Educating Christian Leaders for Our World, the SJS motto, is the mission of every teacher at St. Jerome. It is the driving force and inspiration behind the design of lessons that strive
to provide challenging opportunities to grow as responsible and independent learners (Mission Statement). My goal is to help students build on the fundamentals they learned in elementary school and prepare them for the more difficult curriculum they will face in high school.


Mr. Del Toro

6th Grade Teacher


"Life is a Math Equation. In order to gain the most, You have to know how to convert the Negatives into Positive."