Overseen by our principal, the staff at Juarez is a very caring group of over 30 adults who are most focused on what is best for students. Our building services staff keep the school bright, clean, shiny, and safe. The office staff includes a full time elementary assistant, and part time school clerk and guidance assistant. We also have a part time nurse and health assistant. Our cafeteria staff feeds students breakfast and lunch daily. Our teachers, both general and special education, are very experienced and work together to ensure student success. Part time teachers assist with literacy and math skills, as well as English Language Development. A part time English Learner Support Teacher assists all teachers with strategies and materials to help our English Learners become proficient in their second language. A part time School Counselor works with the Guidance Assistant to meet the social and emotional needs of students, and provide behavior support when needed. We also have a terrific PE prep teacher who helps students to learn the value of physical activity and exercise for emotional and physical health. Itinerant music teachers work with our 5th graders, introducing them to the basics of instrumental music. We receive support from resident artists who provide services through a visual and performing arts grant, integrating literacy and art in the primary grades, and science and art in the upper grades. Our part time library assistant manages our media center, and helps students develop a love for books. Other support staff include special education assistants and technicians, a physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech/language pathologist, adapted PE teacher, and a school psychologist. Via a partnership with SDSU, undergrads in the Department of Psychology provide service learning hours supporting students with individual and small group tutoring. Thomas Jefferson School of Law students participating in the Federal Work Study program also provide needed support to the school. A new partnership with parent Dr. Pinki Feinstein provides teachers training in Intuitive Painting, an art based program designed to assist students in processing feelings and help them to better focus on their learning.