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Meet Mr. Gulizia, our HVAC teacher

Encourage, inspire and innovation are hallmarks of my teaching method within the HVAC/R classes at Lee Pollard High School. As a Best-in-Kind education facility, we are committed to ensuring excellence across a wide range of disciplines, professions and skills while also encouraging newfound abilities across many disciplinary boundaries. In so doing, Lee Pollard High School advances technical information, addresses pressing public trade requirements and creates a program enriched by diverse perspectives where all individuals can thrive within an essential industry.

The basis for quality instruction is to ensure that the instructor always has concern for the student’s welfare and education as the primary responsibilities. As your child’s instructor, I set the tone of the class and act as a compass in guiding their learning experiences. For our students to succeed, I must be a teacher, a mentor, a coach, a motivator, and a good listener.

I am quite familiar with the duties and career responsibilities having experienced more than fifteen years in higher education and thirty years in Facilities Management along with possessing Contractors licenses within Electrical, Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration. I have developed Blended Learning Curriculum and courses for HVAC-R, additionally, I have designed the entire HVAC/R program and Laboratory space for In/Tech, Chaffey College at Chino Adult School and San Joaquin Valley College all are life changing career education experiences. I think we have and will continue to develop this best-in-kind education program at Lee Pollard High School in Corona, CA.

I graduated with a master’s degree in Educational Leadership and a bachelor’s degree in Corporate Training, with multiple certifications within Civil and Mechanical Engineering and Universal refrigerant, 410A and HC/HFO’s safe handling of equipment. For thirty years I worked as Director of Facilities supervising engineers at Hughes Aircraft and UCLA.

It has been very rewarding to share knowledge and experiences with students as an educator. It has been my privilege to watch students grow and thrive within the skilled trades. It has also been my pleasure to place students with industry partners and hear about their career success. Being able to place students into the workforce has changed the trajectory of their lives and that of their families.

I wish all our students the Best of Luck on their "Educational Journey". I expect that each student will invest very well in their own educational bank account so when it comes time to make a withdrawal and receive a "Career" offer, their investment will be available to them.

Best Regards, Mr. G
HVAC students and Mr. G outside with HVAC equipmentHVAC LabHVAC students and Mr. G outside with HVAC equipmentStudents taking certification testsHVAC students weldingHVAC students testingStudents who passed OSHA 10 CertificationStudents passing OSHA 10 Certification
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