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Mr. Burgess

Hello,

     I am a CTE teacher who teaches Technology, Engineering, and Design courses.  This is my eleventh year working in this community and I am excited to be here.  I enjoy working with all technology related items and the fantastic students here at Smithfield-Selma High School.  I currently hold two degrees: A Bachelor of Science in Technology Education and a Master of School Administration.  Both from North Carolina State University.  I am here to serve the community and the students who live within it.  My vision, as an educator, is that I will do what it takes to ensure individual stories are embraced through deep and meaningful relationships leading to academic and behavioral growth.

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    We are Sparta Nation!

    This semester I teach:

    Block 1: Technology Engineering and Design

    Block 2: Planning

    Block 3: Technology Engineering and Design

    Block 4: Scientific and Technical Visualization I

     Thank you for visiting my site!

     

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