Darlene Cox

Substitute Teacher

Single Subject Spanish (7-12), BCLAD (Bilingual Cross-cultural Language and Academic Development)


Darlene Cox graduated from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania with a major in Spanish. She then earned her Single-Subject Spanish and BCLAD credentials from California State University, Fullerton and a Master's Degree in Language Development from Azusa Pacific University.


Darlene taught bilingual third grade for two years then became a Teacher on Special Assignment. Her job entailed providing teacher training as well as serving as the school district's bilingual coordinator. She volunteered extensively while her children were enrolled in a Spanish dual immersion program and substitute taught at the high school level as well. She is in her 5th year with Futures (Fusion) teaching Spanish and Mindshift.

Fun Facts and Hobbies

  • Spent junior year of college in Madrid and a summer in Mexico
  • Has the cutest dog on the planet named Gigi
  • From New Jersey