Mr. Tyler Dean

Phone: 919-553-4064

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Tyler Dean

Hello, this is Coach Dean

I am a Life Skills teacher here at Clayton.

I am a graduate of Clayton High School Class of 2007

I also graduated from Campbell University in 2011

I am also pursuing a Graduate at Western Carolina University

 

I have a Wife and 2 Beautiful little girls

My wife's name is Amanda

My girls are Kherington (6) and Harleigh Quinn (3)

 

I am also a football Coach here at CHS, GO COMETS!!!

 

I am so excited to be back at CHS. I can't wait to work with the students!

 

My google classroom link is https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MTQ4NjQwMzc2MTEy

The Classroom code is: 54xffqb

 
Thank you for stopping in to my webpage, GO COMETS!!!

 

 

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