Our District 6 Board of Education recognized Greeley/Evans Alternative Program – GAP High School Principal Ramon Reyes for Hispanic Heritage Month.
Growing up in El Salvador, Mr. Reyes and his friends would attend school in the morning then work with their families in the afternoon. They would regularly collect plastic bags from around their small village to make soccer balls.
When the civil war in El Salvador began, Mr. Reyes' parents moved to the United States to find work while he stayed behind with his grandfather. Their desire to move was fueled by the need to keep Mr. Reyes from being drafted "by one party or the other" to fight in the war. His parents eventually earned enough money to pay a lawyer and get their children to the United States. Mr. Reyes moved to the United States from El Salvador in 1991. He did not speak any English when he moved to Washington D.C., but worked hard to learn the language and continue to higher education. Mr. Reyes said his parents worked incredibly hard to support their children, and they are the reason why he also works hard.
"I am a very lucky man," Mr. Reyes said.
We are very honored to have you as part of our family, Principal Reyes! Thank you for sharing your story and for sharing your talents and passion with District 6 students. #ImDistrict6 #WeAreDistrict6
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