About the Teacher

Mrs. Andriana Aguilarlapoint
3rd Grade Science
989-6008     Email

Subjects Taught
3rd Science


University of the Incarnate Word, B.S. Environmental Science

Texas A&M Kingsville, Teacher Certification EC-4th

Texas A&M Kingsville, M.S. Educational Administration


Hello there!  Since I can remember, I have always had a deep interest in the sciences whether it was becoming an astronaut, a marine biologist, a wildlife biologist, a zoologist, or a geologist.  I knew I wanted to be in the sciences in some way!  Well, finally when I was in my 3rd year of college, I decided to go down the path of environmental sciences.  WOW! That was a BLAST!!! LOVED IT!!!  After I graduated with my Bachelor's, I worked as a chemist in a water quality lab on KELLY AFB for 5 years.  Then I worked for an environmental company on Brooks AFB as an environmental scientist and health physicist remediating contaminated sites at various military bases nationwide.  I absolutely loved what I was doing and worked there for about 8 years. 

  During the last two years of working environmental, I had a deep reflection within myself and chose to take the path of education after my years of experience in the science work force.  I wanted to hopefully encourage young budding minds of students to grow an interest in the sciences as I.  So, here I am!  I now, once again, LOVE what I do!  I LOVE sparking that glow of science in our students minds and instill the passion I had when I was younger. 

When I began teaching in Harlandale ISD I was a 2nd teacher for 1 year. I was then moved to 3rd grade and has been here since then.  I truly love just teaching science since departmentalizing.  I am the STEM Club lead for our 3rd -5th Grade students as well as the Science Facilitator for our campus. 


   I was born and raised on the eastside of San Antonio.  I love to spend time outdoors and enjoy nature with my family (when it's not over a hundred degrees that is)!  Nature photography is my hobby. I love taking pictures of nature at it's best! Earth has so many beautiful wonders for us to observe we just need to take the time appreciate and respect it. 

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