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    GREETINGS!  Maclay School is the only one in Florida that shares a border with a trail-filled state park, which goes a long way towards explaining how the track and cross-country teams here have amassed twenty state championships.  Of course, it also helps that our runners are hardworking and motivated towards excellence.  The traits that make them strong students  also make them successful athletes.  I am very fortunate to teach and coach so many youngsters who want to make a difference, both in their own lives, and in the community.

    Feel free to contact me any time if you would like information about the cross-country, track & field, or girls' weightlifting team.  On the academic side, my Anatomy & Physiology class employs the same textbooks that many colleges use, so it is a great course for any student considering a future in medicine.
    If you attempt to reach me and I do not respond right away, it is probably because I am out fishing. 
    Contact Information
    Phone: school 850-668-2373, home 850-942-7333
    Best times to reach me: 8-9am (school), 7-9pm (home)
    Team website: www.maclayrunners.com 
    Division / Subject

    Anatomy & Physiology (Upper School)/General PE (Lower & Middle School)

    Coaching DutiesTrack, Cross-Country, Girls' Weightlifting Team
    Other Duties


    9:00am-9:30am 2nd Grade PE (Ms. Ruff) 
    9:55am-10:45am Human Anatomy & Physiology/Exercise Physiology
    10:56am-11:39am 6th Grade Boys PE
    1:01pm-1:44pm 7th Grade Boys PE
    1:48-2:31pm 8th Grade Boys PE 
    Off-season conditioning for all sports; wade fishing sponsor for Maclay School.
    Teaching Experience
    Maclay School (1993-present)
    Florida State University (2009-2011)
    Tallahassee Community College (1993-1995) 
    B.S. (General Academics), US Air Force Academy, 1983
    M.S. (Exercise Physiology), Florida State University, 1996