I've been teaching at the Memphis Academy of Science and Engineering since the fall of 2006, and today is my last day.
In the six years I was at MASE, I taught 8th grade writing, 12th grade English, AP Language and Composition, 11th grade English, mythology, creative writing, and probably a class or two I've forgotten. I've worked with hundreds of fantastic kids and presided over approximately 5400 class periods.
Here are some photos and a video of my days at MASE, in chronological order. Bye!
|My first quinceanera. (2007)|
|With Congressman Steve Cohen in his Washington, D.C. office. (2007)|
Here I am playing "Knock on Wood" with a student, 2011. Click here to hear our
version of "hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic."
|My classroom, 2011|
|The graduates of 2012.|
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