Eileen Campos

is a New York City Public School teacher in Brooklyn by day and a freelance writer, Community Manager to Mamiverse, wife, and mother of two boys by night. A contributor for Latina Bloggers Connect and heavily involved in social media. Eileen is the founder of mommyteaches.com, where she shares her love of blogging about her pride in teaching, parenting, and the blessings and trials that life have to offer. A circle of Moms Top 25 Teacher Mom, nominated for Best Latin@ Education Blogger, Hispano Blogger Award and The Socia Revolucion SXSWi 2013 award. She graduated from NYU with honors with a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education. A children’s book collector from a young age, Eileen loves cooking all types of food, reading and being arts & crafty with her boys. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY from a Puerto Rican mother and an American father. Eileen is married to her high school sweetheart for 10 years. Follow Eileen on Twitter @EileenCCampos and @MommyT3aches.com

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Elementary School Teacher Says Parents Should Demand More Security For Students With Special Needs

| January 28, 2014 | 4 Comments
Elementary School Teacher Says Parents Should Demand More Security For Students With Special Needs

  When I heard about the remains found last weekend, later confirmed to be those of Avonte Oquendo, my heart felt as if it was ripped out of my chest. In my heart, this child was my child, is my child. I have taught children with special needs who were undiagnosed and then I have […]

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Supporting Your Special Needs Child in the New Year

| December 28, 2013 | 4 Comments
Supporting Your Special Needs Child in the New Year

As a parent of a special needs child, I am always trying to figure out ways that I can advocate for and provide support to him. It’s not always easy, but what worth fighting for is? For help, I ask many friends who are in the field, friends who have children with special needs themselves, […]

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A Parent Teacher Conference is Not an Impromptu Hold-the-Teacher-Hostage Meeting at Morning Drop Off

| November 20, 2013 | 5 Comments
A Parent Teacher Conference is Not an Impromptu Hold-the-Teacher-Hostage Meeting at Morning Drop Off

You can’t have an impromptu Parent Teacher Conference while dropping off your child at school in the morning.  It’s absurd to think that while dropping them off in the morning or picking them up in the afternoon, you can have a heavy conversation with any staff person because the children are around and happy to […]

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Heartbroken #Teacher Says, “Someone Needs To Be Held Accountable..” #AvonteOquendo By @MommyT3aches #247ModernMom

| October 21, 2013 | 1 Comment
Heartbroken #Teacher Says, “Someone Needs To Be Held Accountable..” #AvonteOquendo By @MommyT3aches #247ModernMom

  I can’t believe it has been two weeks since Avonte Oquendo slipped out of his school and he still has NOT been found. I have tried so hard NOT to talk about this. Why? Well, because I am a mother of a special needs child and every time I hear about it I get […]

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3 Ways to Be Your #Child’s Best #Advocate @MommyT3aches

| September 21, 2013 | 0 Comments
3 Ways to Be Your #Child’s Best #Advocate @MommyT3aches

Think about it – if your children didn’t have you, who would they have, really? As a mother of two boys, one with ADHD and the other in Preschool, I know that I am my children’s best advocate. Of course other people love my kids but no one can do for my boys what this […]

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