November Teacher of the Month: Sean Cardon

Each month, Marshall ISD celebrates the outstanding contributions of our campus faculty to the overall educational experience of our students. These professionals work countless extra hours at home, on weekends, and over holiday breaks with one focus in mind -- to make MISD and their campus Marshall Proud and Maverick Strong for our students.

The Teacher of the Month for November 2017 at Marshall High School, as selected by Principal, Mrs. Tina Brown, is Sean Cardon, Spanish teacher.

"Sean moved here from Utah trusting that Marshall High School was a good fit over the phone," said Mrs. Brown in her nomination. "This is his second year teaching Spanish and this year he has started a guitar club. He has an excellent rapport with students and is a great fit for our MHS family."

cardonTeacher: Sean Cardon

Hometown/High School: St. George, UT/Pine View HS

College/Degree Earned: Dixie State University/Bachelor of Arts in Spanish.

Grade Level/Subject(s) Taught: 9-11 Spanish I

Family: Wife, Traci; Son, Jonathan.

Hobbies/Things I like to do in my spare time: Read, spend time with family, play instruments, play basketball

What made you want to enter a career as a teacher?: "The opportunity to help youth prepare for their futures."

What  do you see as your most important role as a teacher?: "To help students learn to think critically and start preparing for their respective futures, in college or a career."

Who were some of the most influential teachers/educators in your life?
"Profesora Ceballas, Mrs. Mertin."

What do you enjoy the most about teaching and serving specifically at your campus?: "I love when kids apply what they learn, think critically and make connections to what they already know."

What are some things you hope to accomplish in your career? Future plans?: "I am currently working on my Master's degree in Spanish."
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