Mr. Erasmo Vázquez Ríos

Phone: 972-947-9443

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Certified in Composite Social Studies 8-12 Currently attending Lamar University (2016) Master's in History - University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2013) Associate's - Joliet Junior College (2009) Associate's - Lone Star College (2007) Bachelor's of History - University of Houston-Downtown (2006) Associate's - Houston Community College (2003)

Mr. Erasmo Vázquez Ríos

Hello LOBOS!

I am very excited to be here, for this 2018-2019 school year will be my 10th year teaching Social Sciences.  I have taught almost every social studies subject including U.S. History, World Geography, U.S. Government, Economics, World History, AP Government, and AP Macroeconomics.  In addition to teaching here in Little Elm, I have had the fortune of teaching in Houston, TX and Plainfield, IL.  I will be teaching US Government, Economics, and AP Macroeconomics this school year.    

A bit about myself.  I have a Bachelor's Degree in History from the University of Houston-Downtown.  I also have a Master's Degree in History from the University of Nebraska with an emphasis on Mexican-American History.  I also have several Associate's Degrees from several colleges around the country, yes I'm a nerd.  Among other topics, I have studied Native America, African American History, Religion, Criminal Justice, and Racism in America.  

I was born in Chicago, Illinois, but I was raised in Houston, TX.  I root for both the BEARS and the TEXANS.  I have lived in Texas, Illinois, Louisiana, Nebraska, and San Luis Potosí, México.  I enjoy reading, jogging, traveling, and listening to music.  Some of my most memorable traveling places have been Chichen Itza, Xilitla, Puerto Vallarta, and Niagara Falls.       

I have been happily married to Maria for 13 years.  I have two wonderful sons: Gaél and Eduardo.  

I enjoy reading, it is one of my passions.  Two books that I have read last year are Brown, Not White: School Integration and the Chicano Movement in Houston by Dr. Guadalupe San Miguel, Jr. and Felix Longoria's Wake: Bereavement, Racism, and the Rise of Mexican-American Activism by Dr. Patrick J. Carroll.  I am currently reading Mexican Chicago: Race, Identity, and Nation by Dr. Gabriela F. Arredondo and Decade of Betrayal: Mexican Repatriation in the 1930s by Dr. Francisco Balderrama and Raymond Rodriguez.  

If you need to contact me, please email me at evazquezrios@littleelmisd.net.  Please allow me the courtesy of 24 business hours to respond to your communication.  

  • 1st US Government

    2nd Conference / Planning / Grading / PLC / Printing & Copying / Correspondence / Phone Calling / Email Reading / Duty

    3rd Economics

    4th Economics

    5A Economics

    5B Economics

    6th Economics

    7th Economics