I am a born and raised Washingtonian who has been teaching for almost 20 years. I am a mathematician, physicist, astronomer, coach, father, brother, and son. I attended undergraduate at Texas College in Tyler, where I received my Bachelors in Accounting and History. I received my Masters from George Washington University in Middle School Mathematics and the University of the District of Columbia in Teaching Mathematics. I am a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated and a devoted appreciator of music. I love listening to Go-Go, Hip-Hop, Big Band, Jazz, and Chopped and Screwed Music. When I am not teaching, I can be found coaching an U-18 Baseball team, riding my motorcycles (street or track version), reading graphic novels at home or at my local comic book shop in Annapolis, attending Washington Nationals game. I also love to travel nationally to follow my favorite team the Auburn Tigers, Texas Longhorns, or the Texas College Steers. I have traveled abroad several times and have visited 90% of the 50 US States. My favorite place to visit is Puerto Rico and I hope to visit Iceland during New Years Eve. I have a daughter, a grandson, and two pet reptiles ( a Box Turtle and a Pacman Frog). I look forward to seeing new students every year, but also I get sad to see my old students leave. I feel it is my duty to make sure every child is given my best, because I feel responsible for them until they reach college. My personal motto is “Chaos is the Absence of Structure”.