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Congratulations Martinez family on being our June Family of the Month! Sammy’s parents are Agustin & Donna Martinez, and he has one brother, Augie, who is in the 5th grade at Mary Orr. We both work for Parkland Health & Hospital System. Dad is a patient safety & risk manager, and mom is a nurse practitioner, as well as a clinical faculty instructor for UTA in the graduate nurse practitioner program. Mom enjoys serving in the children’s ministry at church and workouts at the gym, and dad enjoys playing the guitar and grilling when we have some spare time. When Augie (big brother) isn’t doing a school club or Sammy isn’t at baseball practice or swim practice, we enjoy spending time together at home, or taking a short weekend trip for a quick getaway! We attend Creekwood Church and are active participants who love our church family! We have one dog named Coco who was a rescue dog from the Mansfield animal shelter, and she has adapted well to our family. We have been with Primrose for about 4 years now, and value the quality of education and family atmosphere they provide. We are honored and grateful to have been selected as a family of the month!
My name is Mrs. Cleveland and I am the Afternoon Assistant in the Infant I classroom. My hometown is Arlington, Texas. I am a Texas girl from the top of my cowgirl hat to the tip of my cowgirl boot. I have two adult sons, one is a Corpsman in the Navy (Aye, Aye Shipmates!) and my other son is a RN nurse. I am cared and protected on all sides by my sons and my husband. I also have a bonus son who is Autistic. I have taught in this field for 29 plus years, and I enjoy every moment making a positive impact in each child's life and an enjoyable difference with the families. I look forward to each day and each year and making it, better then the year before.
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