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Hi! I'm Mr. Myers:

This is my seventh year teaching at Schulter Public Schools. I currently teach all sciences for grades 7-12. I graduated from OSU at Stillwater in 1979 with a degree in Geology. After graduation I worked for many years in the Oil and Gas Industry as a petroleum geologist. I love science and find that I am still fascinated by our natural world after all these years of study, especially biology.

My favorite hobbies include bowhunting, watching movies, and riding my Harley. I am married to my wonderful wife Jamie with two grown children, five grandchildren, and two stepsons of whom I am very proud. I strive everyday to make a difference in the lives of my students through example and instruction.

Please come by after school and visit me anytime.


comment posted by Brooklyn Coulson (Talburt) on 07-25-2016
Mr. Myers- you were by far my favorite teacher!! You made being in the classroom so much fun and we learned without even realizing it, lol! I miss being in your class and I cannot believe it has been 8 years since I was in your class! Yikes! I hope all is well and I hope you have a great year!!!
comment posted by Elizabeth & Mica on 12-11-2013
Hi:) We like Mr. Myres.
comment posted by Elizabeth & Mica on 12-11-2013
comment posted by your new sophmore class on 08-16-2013
hey mr. myers we all enjoy your bioloy class and hope that you remain here with us till we graduate
comment posted by YOUR SOPOHOMORE CLASS on 02-20-2013
Hey Mr. Myers we really get a lot of knowledge from your class!! You are the best teacher wehave had in our highschool years!! Hope you never retire till we are out of college. Your a fun teacher not cause of movie friday but because you make class fun and interesting for your students!! The class of 2015 says YOUR THE BEST TEACHER!!
comment posted by cc and rae-lynn!!! on 09-13-2012
hey Mr.Myers!! your 1 of ours favorite make physical science fun for us:)
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