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What You Don’t Know About California Teacher: Alissa Piro Biography, Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Family, Facebook, Instagram and More

Alissa Piro
Alissa Piro

Who is Alissa Piro?

Alissa Piro is an English teacher at San Marcos High School who has gone viral on social media after she slammed parents over demands that schools reopen. The video was first posted on Facebook, before being picked up by the Twitter account Reopen California Schools.

The teacher can be heard berating students and slamming parents for unfairly criticizing teachers.

Alissa Piro Biography

Her website says she was born and raised in Northern California.

According to the CV posted on the website, Piro graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Communication from Pepperdine University in 2002. She then went on to graduate with a Master of Arts in Education in 2004 from the same university.

Since her graduation, she has been a teacher in various schools in California. Between 2004 and 2007, she worked at George Ellery Hale Middle School in Woodland Hills. She then taught for a year at Del Mar Heights Elementary School. In 2010, she moved to San Marcos to teach humanities to grade 6 and 7 at High Tech Middle North County. In 2014, she moved to Madison Middle School in Oceanside before returning to San Marcos in 2016.

Throughout her career, she has taught English, history, social studies and math.

Alissa Piro Husband

In 2020, Piro received a Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Capella University. While pursuing her Bachelor’s degree, she met her husband. The website says “Mr. Piro is also an educator, teaching 8th grade Language Arts at San Elijo Middle School.”

The couple has eight-year-old twin girls named Siena & Kara. We were able to find a website for Pasquale Piro to corroborate these claims.

Alissa Piro Salary

Piro’s website also lists her hobbies like traveling and reading, and she is a fan of ‘Harry Potter, ‘Doctor Who, ‘Agents of Shield’, ‘Star Trek’, and ‘Parks and Rec’. The website also has an extensive list of details about classwork, projects and resources for Piro’s students.

CalSalaries reported that she made  $110,401 in 2019, reportedly 13% higher than the average teacher salary.

Alissa Piro San Marcos High School

Piro is an English teacher at San Marcos High School. Since the incident, she has taken down her Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook profiles so not much is known about her through social media. The school’s website is also currently unresponsive.

According to the CV posted on the website, Piro graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Communication from Pepperdine University in 2002. She then went on to graduate with a Master of Arts in Education in 2004 from the same university.

Alissa Piro Teacher California

Tweeting the video, the account said, “Newly released video of a @SanMarcosUSD HS teacher going off on students and their parents over distance learning and other issues. Originally posted to FB. Apparently, this is a common occurrence.” So far, it appears as if the school is yet to take action against Piro.

Alissa Piro Video

The video was recorded by one of Piro’s students and uploaded to a private Facebook group. Fox News reported that a student’s mother bought the videos to the attention of the school’s principal Adam Dawson. “Dawson agreed that Piro’s behavior was “inexcusable” and vowed to address it, but failed to follow up” Fox reported. Another parent Fox spoke to claims Piro was fired from High Tech Middle and has “gone downhill” since then.

In the video, Piro tells students, “If your parent wants to talk to me about their profession and their opinion on their profession, I would love to hear that. However, if your parent wants to come to talk to me about how I’m not doing a good enough job in distance learning based on what you need as an individual? Just dare them to come at me”. She added, “because I am so sick to my stomach of parents trying to tell educators how to do their job.”

San Marcos High School Teacher Alissa Piro

In another video, a student asks “Where is the white student union?” To this, she responds, “You don’t need a white student union, you get everything.” The aggressive language has caught the attention of many online, who are calling for her resignation.

Piro’s video comes days after a group of parents in North County sued the state for unfairly prohibiting local school districts from reopening.

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