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Aaron Ferguson, You're a CA Milken Educator!

Pacifica High School  |  Oxnard, CA  |  Oct 12, 2017

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Oxnard 2017 Aaron Ferguson high fives students

Excited students high-five teacher Aaron Ferguson as he makes his way to the podium to accept his Milken Educator Award. Ferguson is a visible presence at Pacifica, an impressive feat on a campus of 3,000 students. He coordinates the “Win the Day Wednesday” segment on Pacifica’s daily live television broadcast, passing on college and career readiness information to the entire student body. 

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  • This makes me really sad. I was in his fist class he ever taught. I miss him very much and am sad he left. I wish he would come back to Oak Park. He was cooler as a Panther.

    Posted by Former Oak Park Student , 29/03/2019 11:16am (3 years ago)

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