This will be my 14th year teaching and my 9th in Warren County. I received my degree in Agriculture Education at Western Kentucky University in the Spring of 2006 and was awarded my masters in Secondary Education in spring of 2011. In 2006 I was the agriculture instructor at Weddington High School in Matthews North Carolina where I taught animal science, environmental resources and horticulture. In 2007 I was employed at Nicholas County High School as the Head JV Basketball Coach and Agriculture Instructor, in which taught agriculture mechanics, animal science and horticulture. From 2008-2011 I was the Agriculture Instructor at Franklin-Simpson High School where I specialized in agriculture mechanics, aquaculture, landscaping and animal science. I currently am employed at Warren Central High School and am a National Board Certified Teacher. I am also involved in the Master Agriculture Teacher Program in which only 15 Agriculture teachers in the state of Kentucky are selected.
I am honored be teaching at Warren Central High school specializing in agriculture mechanics. I live in Bowling Green where I live with my wonderful wife who is also an educator and my son and daughter.