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Subjects Taught
Career Technology

Education

Theodore High School - 2007

Faulkner State Community College - A.A. Liberal Arts 2010

Troy University - B.S. Social Sciences 2013

Spring Hill College - Masters of Arts in Teaching: Secondary Education for Social Sciences 2016



Bio

Hey there! I am Mr. Wilson, also known as Coach Wilson and I am excited about teaching Career Tech this year. This is my fourth year at Causey Middle School, but my first year teaching. Prior to this year I worked as a Special Education Paraprofessional here at Causey (2012-13; 2015-17), Mary G. Montgomery High School (2013-14) and Kate Shepard Elementary School (2014-15).

I am a lifelong resident of Mobile County and have spent the majority of my life living in Theodore. I am also a certified Ambassador for the City of Mobile. So when I am not teaching at Causey, you can usually find me volunteering by giving tours of the city to visitors. 

During the year you can catch me cheering for my Troy Trojans, where I received my undergraduate degree in 2013. While at Troy I spent 2010-2012 as the mascot (T-Roy) where I helped T-Roy finish in the Top 10 at the NCA National Collegiate Mascot Championships twice, including a 2nd place in 2011.

My favorite time of year is Carnival Season, aka Mardi Gras. I love to just stand behind the barricades and admire the artwork of the floats as they go by, and I believe nothing brings people together more than beads and Moon Pies. 

I am not married and do not have any children, but I do have a year old rescue dog named Rowdy; and yes, the name fits. He was named after my sister's favorite NASCAR driver Kyle Busch.

Coaching Experience:

2008-10: Theodore High School - Assistant Head Coach: Girls' Varsity Soccer

2013-14: Mary G. Montgomery High School - Head Coach: Boys' JV Soccer

2015-current: Causey Middle School - Special Teams Coordinator, WRs & DBs: Football

My email is wwilson@mcpss.com.

My Twitter handle is @Wilson_Updates

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