As the school counselor, in addition to providing counseling services to individual students, Ms. Wolf-Espinoza helps teach the Second Step Program and life skills curriculum that is required by the district. The Second Step Program teaches social-emotional learning and bullying prevention. She also teaches two of the schools DIG (Differentiated Instructional Groups).
She has worked for SFPS as a counselor for 20 years and has been at Gonzales for ten of those twenty years. Ms. Wolf-Espinoza holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, a Masters in Counseling and has attended Santa Fe Community College, Pepperdine University, and the University of New Mexico.
Ms. Wolf-Espinoza grew up in Santa Fe and loves living in this community. She speaks Spanish and likes to swim, ski, hike, and read books. She has owned two restaurants in Santa Fe (El Tesoro Cafe and Cafe Grazie).