• Senyo Komi Botoklo

    Email: Sbotoklo@tcss.net

    Phone: 205-342-2670 Ext. 6869

    Education:

    University of West Alabama (2017)

    • 18 hours Advanced Mathematics courses

    University of West Alabama (2015)

    •  Education Specialist: Special Education/Collaborative Teacher (6-12)

    Jacksonville State University (2013)                    

    • Master of Science in Education: Special Education/Collaborative Teacher (6-12)

    Jacksonville State University (2011)

    • Bachelor of Science in Education: Mathematics Secondary Education

    Gadsden State Community College (2007)

    • Associate Degree in Science

    University of Lomé (2003)

    • Associate Degree in German Philology (DEUG II)

    College Protestant of Kpalimé (2001)

    • Diploma of Baccalaureate of Third Level Education (BAC II) in Language and Philosophy

    Teaching Experience

    2020 – Present Teaching French at Tuscaloosa County High School.

    2016 - 2020 Co-teach 9-12th Mathematics in classes as inclusion Special Ed. Teacher at Brookwood High School

    2015 – 2016 Teach Mathematics at Brookwood Middle School                                              

    2014 – 2015 Teach Geometry and Algebra II & Trigonometry at Selma High School.

    2013 - 2014 Teach French at Pell City High School.

    2012 – 2013 Teach French at Paul W. Bryant High School and Central High School.

    Bio

    I am Senyo Botoklo, born and raised in Togo (West Africa). This is my 16th years living in Alabama and 9th years as a teacher. I am a triple certified teacher in French, Mathematic, Special Education, and eligible to teach college level Mathematics. I am a polyglot and I speak, read, and write Ewe, my native language, along with French, German, English, and some Spanish. We have a son Israel (8). My wife Dr. Commodore-Botoklo was a Chemistry teacher for ten years and now is a Laboratory Safety Manager and a Radiation Safety Officer. My elder brother is a school principal. My hobbies is to be in my garden during the day and read during the night.