Mr. Oseguera graduated from Lincoln High School in 1996 and from California State University, Los Angeles in 2002 with a kinesiology major. As a student at Lincoln High School, Mr. Oseguera played varsity football, basketball, and baseball. Currently, Mr. Oseguera is the Boys Varsity Golf Coach. He coached the F/S boys basketball teams for 8 years and boys varsity basketball for 3 years. Mr. Oseguera has been teaching at Lincoln since 2002. Mr. Oseguera pertains to the Medical and Health Careers (MHC) small learning community. Mr. Oseguera is also the Athletic Director at Lincoln Highs School. He recently received the Norm MacKenzie Award for athletic director of the year. His main objective as an educator is to instill the importance of quality daily physical activity and a healthy lifestyle to his students.
Mr. Oseguera enjoys to travel with his wife and son during the summer. He recently traveled to Rio de Janeiro Brazil, Toronto Canada, New York City, Santiago Chile, Bogota Colombia, Cancun Mexico, Montego Bay Jamaica, Hawaii and went on a cruise to Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, and Mazatlan. His favorite hobbies consist of exercising, playing golf and basketball during the weekends.
"EXERCISE & RECREATION ARE AS NECESSARY AS READING. I WILL RATHER SAY MORE NECESSARY, BECAUSE HEALTH IS WORTH MORE THAN LEARNING". THOMAS JEFFERSON
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