Mr. Erasmo Vázquez Ríos

Phone: 972-947-9443


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  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