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Classroom Number: HS 108
School Phone:
580-925-3244
Conference Time:
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Name:
Tom Smith

Title:
HS Teacher / Tech Director

Email:
smitht@konawa.k12.ok.us

Work Phone:
580-925-3244

Conference Times:
mornings

Class Room Number:
HS 108


EducationProfessional ExperiencePersonal Information

Educational History:

High School:

WW Samuell High School, Dallas, Texas 1971

Colleges:

East Texas State University (Texas A&M Commerce), Commerce, Texas

Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Durant, Oklahoma

 

 

Degrees and Certifications:

High School Diploma, 1971

Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics Major, 1976

Master of Administrative Studies, 1989

Teaching Certificates: Texas and Oklahoma

Professional Development:

Membership:

  • Computer Science Teacher’s Association
  • Oklahoma Education Association
  • National Education Association
  • Regular participant of OTA/Encyclomedia, CSTA Conference

Educational History:

High School:

WW Samuell High School, Dallas, Texas 1971

Colleges:

East Texas State University (Texas A&M Commerce), Commerce, Texas

Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Durant, Oklahoma

 

 

Degrees and Certifications:

High School Diploma, 1971

Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics Major, 1976

Master of Administrative Studies, 1989

Teaching Certificates: Texas and Oklahoma

Professional Development:

Membership:

  • Computer Science Teacher’s Association
  • Oklahoma Education Association
  • National Education Association
  • Regular participant of OTA/Encyclomedia, CSTA Conference

Current Position:

Member of the Konawa Public School faculty since 1994. 

Mathematics and Computer Science Teacher

Technology Director

member of Staff Development Committee and Maintenance Committee.

Previous Position:

Calera Public School, 1980-1990

Weleetka Public School, 1990-1994

Konawa Public School, 1994 to present

Personal Information:

I’ve been teaching in Oklahoma public schools since 1980, but before that I worked for many years in manufacturing (Johns-Mannville Pipe Division, Denison TX), construction (commercial painting and carpentry, TX and OK), and in the service industry (Matthews Services mechanical contractor, Dallas TX). Several considerations led me to become an educator:

  • my love of learning
  • the desire to serve others
  • being closer to my kids as they grew up

When I was younger, I loved to fish and spent all the time I could on the rivier or on a lake. I hope to have time to fish more in the future. Art is another passion I have on the back burner. Travel also brings great joy to my family and I. As I near the end of my career, my hope is to still have the ability to learn, produce, and help others.