Loretta Toy

Educator, Learning Designer, Facilitator, Lifelong Learner

Loretta Toy is ecstatic to be a part of Campbell School of Innovation. When she learned about CSI, she felt that it was a place that closely aligns with her beliefs and teaching practice. She considers herself very fortunate to be a part of the CSI community. 

She started her career as an educator teaching kindergarten. Over the past decade, she has taught kindergarten,1st, 2nd, 3rd, 2nd/3rd combo, 4th grade and was most recently the 7th/8th grade Maker Science teacher at a Project-Based Learning middle school. 

Loretta is a Google for Education and Raspberry Pi Certified Educator. She holds a Master of Arts in Education from UC Santa Cruz and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from UC Davis. She has her multiple subject teaching credential with Introductory Science Subject Matter Authorization and Specific Subject Matter Authorization in Biology. 

When Loretta isn’t in the classroom, she is teaching Zumba and LaBlast at local gyms. She also volunteers her time helping train a team of dancers to represent the United States at the 2021 Special Olympics Winter Games in Sweden.