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This is my fifteenth year in teaching and my second year at Montgomery Jr. High. I earned a Bachelor's degree in Education with a minor in mathematics from Sam Houston State University. August 17th my wife and will have celebrated our 33rd year of marriage together. We have 3 amazing children that are all 19 or older. Our Family are the poster children for Luke Bryan's song, "Hunting, fishing, and loving everyday." We actually cherish our times together, or waiting for that next bite from a fish on the end of the line, or sitting in the woods watching the new day come to life while waiting on that big buck to come by, or gobbler to sound off. We really appreciate being together enjoying all the thing the creator has given us.
I have been interpreting since 1978 for a variety of situations. Pending on who I am signing to, I sign ASL, Sign English or Pigeon (a combination of both). I have been working with people teaching them sign language for 10 years. We started Vital Signs at MJH in 2016 with our focus on introducing students to Deaf culture, sign language basics, signing to songs, and making the students aware of the careers available in interpreting.
My Conference is 1st period 7:15 - 8::00
My phone number is (936) 276-3300 ext 3347
My email is email@example.com
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For the username, you will enter the letter "S" followed by your child's lunch #.
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The Vital Signs ASL Club is for students who want to learn American Sign Language for fun or potentially for a career as an interpreter for the deaf. We will learn the alphabet, hundreds of words, how to communicate with a deaf person, how to transliterate for the deaf, we will go to Lone Star College and sit in a couple of the classes from the interpreting degree program. We will have guest speakers; hearing and deaf, who will give insights into the Deaf culture and interpreting as a possible career. We have our meetings on MONDAY afternoon until 3:30 pm and for those of you who can’t come after school, we have another meeting on TUESDAY morning from 6:45 until the first bell.
Contact Mr. Hendrix in Room E204 if you are interested.
If You are in the Sign Language Club "Vital Signs",
text: @vitalsign to 81010
Montgomery Independent School District, with an unyielding commitment to excellence, will provide a premier academic program that recognizes the unique potential of each student and integrates the intellectual, social, cultural and physical aspects of learning. This program will empower each student to become an eager lifelong learner committed to academic excellence, integrity, responsible citizenship and service to others.
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