Cesar Robalino

Cesar Robalino

World Languages Department Chair, Spanish Teacher, Head Coach Boys Varsity Soccer
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Education

Degree(s) B.A. Spanish (Language, Literature, Hispanic Civilizations), College of Staten Island, NY 2004

Employed Since

2010

About

  • Spanish Teacher
    • 7/2010 – to Present   Admiral Farragut Academy     St. Petersburg, Florida
  • Spanish Teacher
    •  9/2009 – 6/2010     Seminole High School                 Seminole, Florida
  • Senior Team Manager
    • 4/2006 – 4/2009     Galactics Clearwater Int. FC       Clearwater, Florida
  • International Baccalaureate Spanish Teacher
    • 8/2006 – 6/2007         Palm Harbor University H.S    Palm Harbor, Florida
  • Spanish Teacher
    • 7/2005 – 6/2006          Mckeel Academy            Lakeland, Florida
  • Spanish Teacher
    • 9/2000 – 7/2005   Roselle Catholic High School      Roselle, NJ
  • College Assistant, Spanish Tutor
    • 9/1994 – 10/1998     College of Staten Island      Staten Island, NY
  • Worked with students both introductory and advanced classes.
  • Help students with language multimedia projects.
  • Providing tutoring and individualized instruction for students.
  • President of the College of Staten Island Spanish Association 1995 – 1996.
  • Vice president of the College of Staten Island Spanish Association 1994 – 1995.
  • Started Spanish studies at 300 level and have 52 credits in Spanish literature and civilization courses.

 FÚTBOL ES PASÍON

I learned how to play soccer when I was 12 yrs old and ever since then it has been my favorite sport; more than a love: IT’S A PASION.

I played in Ecuador for 8 years in high school, local leagues up to semi -pro 2nd division league. In New York I played for the College of Staten Island for 1 year, in the Cosmopolitan League for 2 years, and at Flushing Meadows Park in Organized Leagues, for the Brooklyn Car Service League. As I got older (over 35) in Staten Island for fun I kept playing pickup games every Tuesday and Friday outdoor in the summer and indoor in the winter.

When I turned 40, I thought that my days of playing FÚTBOL were over but in Florida I joined a soccer club and continued playing in the Florida Suncoast Soccer League (FSSL) in the 3rd Division and over 40 Division, in the Florida State Soccer Association (FSSA) in the over 40 Division at the State Cup, and Florida Classic as well as in the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) in the over 40 National Cup.

Besides playing, in 1995 I obtained my U.S. Soccer National “C” License and started coaching in New York and continued in Florida. I also took a few more soccer clinics in New York, New Jersey, Florida and internationally.

I still play every Sunday in pickup games and in the 3rd Division in the FSSL…and as long as I can kick a ball I will continue playing for a long…very long time.