Mr. Charles Seelig

Phone: 919-284-2031

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Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. Political Science; 1989, State University of New York at New Paltz Certification of Qualification; Social Studies; 1992. Russel Sage College, Troy New York Professional Educator's License; 1996, NC State Board of Education-Dept. of Public Instruction Standard Professional H; Social Studies (9-12) HQ code 87 - Highly Qualified based on NC licensing test

Mr. Charles Seelig

Welcome to my  site.  I have been teaching History in Johnston County since 1996.  My wife is also a teacher at Selma Elementary.  We moved to North Carolina in 1994 from New York.  I have a B. A. in Political Science from State University of New Paltz.  My hobbies are hiking, chess and reading.  I have built an extensive personal library consisting of thousands of volumes on history, political science, theology, art, literature and philosophy. I look forward to working with all of my students to help them succeed and to enjoy history.

  • First Block - Planning

    Second Block - World History

    Third Block -  Honors World History

    Fourth Block - Honors World History

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