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Stuart S.
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Veteran History Teacher With Passion for the Subject


I am in my 17th year as a High School History teacher and Assistant Football Coach. I have taught 9th-12th with the majority of my years teaching 11th-12th Grades. My two main areas of experience are in Western Civ./European History and American History.... read more

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Trevor G.
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Government Guru


Howdy, I'm Trevor! I graduated from King's Fork High School in the Class of 2017 in June of this year and I'm currently enrolled at Bridgewater College as an undergraduate student. I have always had an interest in learning new things, as well as helping... read more

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