English 1, English 4
RFHS Dept Phone: (361)790-2220 Phone: 361-790-2220 ext. 2133
I was born in Cleburne, Texas, just south of Fort Worth. I graduated from Boswell High School in Fort Worth, Texas in 1993. I have my Bachelors degree from Tarleton State University in Stephenville and a Masters degree from Texas A & M Corpus Christi. I have a lovely wife, a handsome adult son and an adorable daughter who are my absolute pride and joy.
This will be my 16th year at RFHS. I have the best job in the world. I LOVE school. I love the sights and sounds, and even the smell of school. It is an exciting place where ideas are born and explored and young people begin their metamorphosis into adulthood. There is nothing better than helping young people to understand themselves and realize their gifts. The best part of my job is getting to know and respect my students as individuals.
It is my goal to see all student reach their fullest potential and experience success in English-Language Arts class, and in life.
If you ever have any questions or concerns please feel free to call the school at 790-2220, or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Q: Is your class hard?
A: It can be. Missing lots of classes, making choices that require removal from class, or refusing to participate or do the work will definitely make the class hard. My class is designed to challenge students because if we only do things that are easy, we don't learn anything. We NEED challenges in order to grow. Young people face many obstacles that make it seem difficult for them to be as successful as they would like to be. However, students who face their challenges are usually successful.