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Kyle Vernon

I am a teacher with 31 years of experience, including five years teaching for the US military as a DOD Contractor. In 1999 I was awarded the United Nations Peacekeeper Medal for working inside Bosnia and Herzegovina educating peace keeping forces serving as part of Operation Joint Forge. I also was able to teach in the English (UK) public school system for 3 years. I am excited and privileged to teach at Frenship HS. I am here to both educate and encourage the FHS students to prepare for what is beyond the graduation ceremony; be it higher education, the military, or entering the workforce. I graduated from TTU in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education and I was a member of GSE (Geosciences Honor Fraternity) with a 3.9 GPA in the Geoscience Department at TTU. In 2014 I was selected by the USAF/USAFA as the Southwest Region Aerospace Teacher of the Year in part for my effort at teaching astronomy to GSA, BSA, and Civil Air Patrol Cadets across the region. Even though I no longer serve in the military, I continue as a volunteer in the United States Air Force Auxiliary (Civil Air Patrol) where I am the only person in the Texas South Plains certified to lead rescue teams to missing or downed aircraft. I  hold the rank of Major and I am the commander of the Lubbock Composite Squadron and work ceaselessly to promote careers in aerospace fields outside of the classroom.
Schedule 2020 - 2021
All Classes are taught in Room 1013
 
BLUE DAY
1st - Conference
2nd - Earth and Space Sciences
3rd - Earth and Space Sciences
4th - Earth and Space Sciences

 

GOLD DAY
5th - Conference
6th - Physics 1 
7th - Physics 1 
8th - Physics 1
 

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