I got this banner from a teacher who didn't want it anymore. It said "Never settle for less than your best!" I felt like "Never settle." summed is up enough for me. On the first day of school I asked students to fill out a packet with information about themselves and one of the questions asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" I don't think this is the most important question to ask students. "Who do you want to be?" is probably more important, but it is interes
I spent the summer at Camp Pinecliffe working as part of the theatre department. I helped cast shows, directed a couple by myself, and traded off running rehearsals with others in the department. Over the course of 7 weeks we managed to pull of 9 shows, most of which were about an hour long. I'm not sure how we did that...
On weekends I tried to hike as many of the presidentials as possible and got some cool shots on top of the mountains. Maine is one of the most gorgeo
I'm excited to announce I've accepted a job teaching high school at Pine Tree High School in Longview, TX! I will be teaching 11th grade English and creating a curriculum for a class called English Through Theatre. The goal of this new class is to help struggling students explore language out loud rather than just on paper. Using theatre games, improv, scene work, and monologues, students will explore creativity, writing, and literature while working primarily out loud.