Diana (Salinas) Brown, English Language Development (9th Grade English & Conceptual Physics)

  • Diana believes that teaching is a lifelong journey.  She loves taking that journey with the many students she has had the pleasure of teaching over the years.  Washington Technology Magnet is the second school in St. Paul that she have taught at.  She started out teaching elementary in 2011 and now she enjoys teaching 9th and 10th grade students at Washington since 2017.  In class she has fun with students learning the many componets of the English language.  She covers academic speaking, reading, writing and listening.

    In her freetime, Diana enjoys watching movies, traveling and spending time with her 5 children and her husband.


    diana.salinas@spps.org OR dianasalinas@st.paul.k12.mn.us

    Degrees and Certifications:

    B.A. Psychology, St. John's University/College of St. Benedict

    M.S. Education, College of St. Scholastica

    M.A. Teaching K-12, University of St. Thomas

    Doctoral Candidate, Educational Leadership, Concordia University, St. Paul



    Mrs. (Salinas) Brown