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Jessica Torres

Name:
Jessica Torres

Title:
Science Teacher

Email:
jtorres@woodland.k12.ok.us

Work Phone:
918-642-3295(120)

Conference Times:
12:52-1:42

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Family Information:

My animals are my life, and there are a lot of them! 
In addition to caring for a varying number of rescued wildlife, I am also a servant to around 30 (ish) of my own personal pets. 
The 3 cats run the house! Pyrex, a short hair calico, is queen, and she knows it. Merlin is a trouble maker, and with his long dark fur he blends into the night and pulls pranks on the others. And sweet little Luna, is a little bit special, and mostly keeps to herself.
Tolerating the cats shenanigans are my 2 dogs, Faine, a white german shepherd, and Solstice, worlds best dog and some fun mix of terrier and border collie. 

In the rescue room (formerly known as the snake room) I keep a variety or reptiles including: 11 snakes (8 species), 2 tarantulas (2 species), 4 geckos (2 species), 1 dwarf caiman, and 9 zebra finches.  

But wait! there’s MORE! 
Outside the house I share my field with roughly 30 chickens and I house my education and falconry birds, a Harris’s hawk and a Turkey Vulture. These birds are legally kept under federal permits and serve as ambassadors to their wild counterparts! 

And because I am the nature lover that I am, I also care for the surrounding wildlife by providing bird seed, water features, and always improving the area by adding more native flora to support the fauna. 

Educational History:

I graduated from Viera High School in Viera Florida.

I then moved to Oklahoma to attend Oklahoma State University where I graduated with a B.S. in Zoology in 2017.

Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. Zoology

Family Information:

My animals are my life, and there are a lot of them! 
In addition to caring for a varying number of rescued wildlife, I am also a servant to around 30 (ish) of my own personal pets. 
The 3 cats run the house! Pyrex, a short hair calico, is queen, and she knows it. Merlin is a trouble maker, and with his long dark fur he blends into the night and pulls pranks on the others. And sweet little Luna, is a little bit special, and mostly keeps to herself.
Tolerating the cats shenanigans are my 2 dogs, Faine, a white german shepherd, and Solstice, worlds best dog and some fun mix of terrier and border collie. 

In the rescue room (formerly known as the snake room) I keep a variety or reptiles including: 11 snakes (8 species), 2 tarantulas (2 species), 4 geckos (2 species), 1 dwarf caiman, and 9 zebra finches.  

But wait! there’s MORE! 
Outside the house I share my field with roughly 30 chickens and I house my education and falconry birds, a Harris’s hawk and a Turkey Vulture. These birds are legally kept under federal permits and serve as ambassadors to their wild counterparts! 

And because I am the nature lover that I am, I also care for the surrounding wildlife by providing bird seed, water features, and always improving the area by adding more native flora to support the fauna. 

Personal Information:

Science teacher by day, dedicated wildlife rescuer by night! When I am not in the classroom I am probably working with my rescue and education animals at home. As a licensed wildlife rehabilitator and educator, my life outside (and sometimes inside) the classroom revolves around animals! Between the rescues and my own managerie of pets I am always taking care of some one!