Geary Schwartz is an Algebra teacher for 9th-12th grade at Fort Campbell High School in Fort Campbell, Ky. Schwartz also served as Algebra Coach for three years during the DoDEA Mathematics Initiative for Fort Campbell. He also served on the DoDEA Assessment Task Force.

Schwartz began his career with DoDEA in August of 1982 and was stationed in Bitburg, Germany. At Bitburg High School, he primarily taught mathematics, initiated the Lab classes, and coached football, basketball, soccer, cross country and track and field during his time there. Schwartz also served as a Continuous School Instruction (CSI) team member and as CSI chairperson.

In 1976, Schwartz received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Education with a minor in mathematics from the University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Conn. In 1998, he received his master's degree in Education and Curriculum from National Louis University.

Prior to teaching with DoDEA, Schwartz taught Algebra 1 & 2 at Weaver High School in Hartford, Connecticut and was the initial head football coach at Stafford Springs High School from 1979-1980. Beginning in 1980, Schwartz taught mathematics and was assistant football and head track coach at Piper High School located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He has teaching at Fort Campbell High School since 2003.

Schwartz felt a strong desire to become a teacher to "give back to the system" which had nurtured him both academically and athletically. Schwartz chose to teach mathematics because of his fascination with numbers, patterns, and their relationships.

Schwartz and his wife, Samantha, have two sons, Dylan and Kyle.

Geary Schwartz 9th to 12th Grade Math/Algebra Teacher
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