Where you were before SPHS and what did you do? "[I was] a teacher several years back, wrote for some local newspapers for about five years, [I was] a beach lifeguard for a little while, and now I'm here."
How is SPHS different from other high schools or anything you've done in the past? "I have had many different jobs, so it can be very different. So far, it’s a much smaller school and way more stable than my past school."
What do you think of the students here? "What do I think of the students? *laughs* I love everyone."
What are your goals teaching here? "I want to create or at least get a few philosophers out of my students. I want my students to think of math in a philosophical way instead of formulas they just have to memorize. I'm hoping I can turn my students into academics and philosophers."
Any message you would like to share with the student body? "Please do your homework and ask me if you need help. I would love to say something more profound, but I think that’s the message that I’d really like to get out there."