Escobedo, Audrey


INSTRUCTOR: Audrey Escobedo

ROOM: 113

PHONE: (956) 254-5300 Ext. 1010




1st PERIOD: Advertsing and Sales Promotion

2nd PERIOD: Conference
3A Lunch
3B PERIOD: Retailing & E-tailing
4TH PERIOD: Entrepreneurship
5TH PERIOD:  Entrepreneurship
*Tutoring available 8am - 8:30am or by appointment*
*Parent/student please update your contact information
with registrar 254-5300*


Welcome to MyPage! As a secondary teacher in Business and Marketing I encourage anyone who is interested in marketing, public relations, as well as promotion to take a peek into what makes Ms. Escobedo's students laugh, learn, and be creative in the world of marketing dynamics. I currently teach and promote lifelong learning in Marketing as well as Diversified Career Preparation (also known as Co-op.) Additionally, we have an established DECA chapter for the Los Fresnos District! LFHS DECA is now a SUPER STAR CHAPTER with 100% particpation.  We placed at state, advanced to ICDC and got to travel to Anaheim, California, Louisville, Kentucky, Orlando Florida, and Utah, Los Fresnos DECA is proud to state we have over 15 state titles and have advanced to nationals eight years in a row. 
You can visit LFHS DECA on the web at or stop by my classroom to find out more!
Brief Bio: Audrey Escobedo, Executive MBA. Graduated from Texas Woman's University in May, 2004. Emphasis in Business Management & Administration, Audrey also has a degree focus in Accounting and Finance. With over ten years industry experience in management as well as public relations, Audrey found her calling in teaching ten years ago. Nationally recognized in the NHR Outstanding Teachers for the 2006-2007 school year,  recipient of The Bell Award (Presented by Karen Ayala) for the 06-07 school year, 2008 National Youth Forum Nominating Committe, 2008 Excellence in Education (Salute to Education) Award for the Rio Grande Valley, and 2008-2009 (Presented by Chris Houghston) Bell Award recipient. 
"It is the light and joy of my students that makes me the teacher I am today."