4S RANCH–Wells Fargo is honoring California’s Teacher of the Year on its ATMs across the state. For the month of September most of Wells Fargo’s 3,301 ATMs in California including San Diego County’s 341 ATMs will feature a screen congratulating 2013 Teacher of the Year Oak Valley Middle School teacher Martin Reisert.
Wells Fargo’s ATM customers will see a picture of Reisert and details about his teaching achievements. Reisert was named one of five 2013 California Teachers of the Year.
“At Wells Fargo, we believe it’s important to celebrate great teachers who encourage, support and inspire the students they teach in our community” said Brian Lee, regional president for Wells Fargo in North San Diego. “We congratulate Martin and thank all of our teachers for their service. Our entire community benefits from their work, and we want to show our appreciation by honoring one of California’s best.”
Reisert, 37, is a six grade social studies and science teacher in Oak Valley Middle School in the Poway Unified School District, San Diego County. Reisert has taught multiple subjects, Gifted and Talented Education, and Resource Specialist Program clusters at Oak Valley Middle School since 2005. His prior experience includes teaching similar subjects at Bernardo Heights Middle School and Chaparral Elementary School.
Reisert earned his Master of Science degree in education-elementary education and Bachelor degree in business administration at Dowling College, New York. He received his Teaching Credential from the State of New York as well as California. He is a member of two professional associations, the Poway Federation of Teachers and the United States Professional Tennis Association. He also received numerous accolades, including San Diego County Teacher of the Year, Poway Unified School District Teacher of the Year, and Oak Valley Middle School Teacher of the Year, among others.