Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teachers
Anna Sherman, M.S.Ed., is the Preschool through Kindergarten Special Day Class DHH Specialist Teacher. She received her B.A. from San Francisco State University in Humanities and then completed her DHH Specialist Credential and M.S.Ed. degree from Hunter College in New York. She has worked as a DHH Educational Specialist for 7 years.
Maribeth Bloch is the first through second grade Special Day Class DHH Specialist Teacher. She brings a wealth of experience in her nearly 30 years of working with Deaf and Hard of Hearing students, spanning all grades from PK to High School. She has been teaching on and off at 153rd Street Elementary since 1984, a true veteran of our program.
Martha Rhodes, M.S. Ed., is the third through fifth grade Special Day Class DHH Specialist Teacher. She received her Bachelor's degree from Indiana University in Elementary Education and a Master's degree in Early Childhood Education from CSU Long Beach. Furthermore, she received a second Master's degree from University of Southern California at John Tracy Clinic in Deaf and Hard of Hearning Specialist studies. Martha has been a teacher with LAUSD for 25 years and has taught DHH for 14 years.