J McClelland ’94 Posted on March 6th, 2019 by

Jay McClelland ’94 wrote, “While I still teach high school science and coach track and cross-country runners, I aspire to find a role as a professor in science teacher education. I earned my doctorate in curriculum & instruction in 2015, and have utilized this for some part time post-secondary teaching opportunities. My wife Angie works on staff at a nearby elementary school kitchen. I am fortunate to see my two daughters, Eva and Anna, every day at work as they attend the same high school I work at. Their interests are as varied as my own, and I am convinced that Gustavus fostered that in me. I hope that one day they too will experience the liberal arts education granted by such a fine institution. Last November at the State Cross-country Meet I reconnected with with several former Gusty teammates, reminding me how important that time was for me in shaping who I am today. Go Gusties!”

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