I graduated high school from Great Falls High School in Great Falls Montana. I attended 4 different colleges; Santa Rosa Junior College, Ulster County Community College, Marist College and Wichita State University.
I recieved my B.S. in Geology and my M.S. in Geology from Wichita State University.
I enlisted in the Navy from 2001-2005, and had 65 different courses logged before leaving in 2005.
I started student teaching in 2015 for Wichita State University. This is my first year teaching at Dayton High School.
I will be teaching IPC for 9th graders, and Chemistry for 10th – 11th graders.
Prior to teaching I worked as a Boatswains Mate for the U.S. Navy, Hydrologist with the USGS, Field Geologist with WOOD, Director of Quality Control and Assurance for S.O.D.A. and a Staff Scientist with ATC Group Services.
I like to workout, corssfit, running, drills, golfing and basically any sport you can think of. I like to work on cars, trucks, houses and mortorcycles.