Message from the Principal
Hello Broadmoore Family,
I am excited to be a Broadmoore Bobcat this year. I am eager to meet you all and get to know you and your children. I am honored to be the Principal of Broadmoore Elementary.
I am a native Oklahoman, born in Watonga, Oklahoma and graduating from Amber Pocassett. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from the University of Science of Arts of Oklahoma. My career in education started in Moore Public School as a classroom teacher at Central Elementary teaching first grade. I then moved to Sky Ranch Elementary. When my children graduated from high school, I decided to return to school to work on obtaining my master's in educational leadership at the University of Central Oklahoma. I then decided to continue on and complete my Master’s in Reading. While completing my master’s, I worked at Red Oak Elementary and then as the Title 1 teacher at Plaza Towers. Once I completed those degrees, I became the Literacy Coach at Southgate Elementary. The last four years I have been an Assistant Principal serving in four different schools.
I believe each school and position has helped shape me into the person I am today. Those schools have also helped to shape my belief that every school and every student has a story that is their own. That story shines the more we come to know the individuals and the heart of the school. I believe that connecting and building a system of trust is necessary in my role as an educator and leader. By building this type of relationship I can help each child and teacher grow and develop their individual skills and talents. I will be in your child’s classroom and throughout the building daily so I can get to know them and see the fabulous learning that takes place at Broadmoore. I am excited to learn the story of Broadmoore and its families.
When I am not in school, I enjoy spending time with my family. My husband and I have three daughters, three sons-in-law and seven grandchildren who keep us busy in a wonderful way. Some of my favorite things to do with them are going on hikes, going to the park, and making cookies or cakes. I love to read, watch movies or a good series on Netflix.
Tina Losada, M.Ed
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