Mr Reid: The Most Interesting Man in the World

By: Madison Heidkamp and Ben Jackson|

The Morgan School is home to many characters but a very special one is in our science department. This whimsical man is our very own Mr. Glenn Reid. Mr Reid is an eclectic soul, who has a range of interests that go on for miles. He participates in a barber shop quartet and is the president of a chorus group. Mr. Reid has taken over Mr. Baier’s position teaching both stem physics, and integrated science.

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This is his very first year here and he already has such wonderful words to say about our school, he states “So far I love it. This school is like one giant family.” He also said, “You guys are very lucky to have such a tight knit community of students.” Mr. Reid worked at Wheeler High School for over 14 years, and continues to pursue his love for teaching to this day. A couple of students within one of his classes also had a few words on behalf of Mr. Reid’s positivity. Freshman Roy Nadeau said “Mr. Reid has a lot of positive energy.” Freshman Trinity Brown also stated “I like how its used for the real world, and things that I am going to need later in life.” In his free time, Mr. Reid likes to solve puzzles and volunteers down at a local nature center. We are all happy to welcome Mr. Reid to The Morgan School family.

3 responses to “Mr Reid: The Most Interesting Man in the World

  1. I have Mr. Reid as a teacher and I can tell how much he likes Morgan. I like how personal this article is and how well you got quotes from him. I like how he says the school is like a giant family cause we are!

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  2. This is a really nice article. It is very well written and provides a lot of information. Mr. Reid seems like a really great guy and teacher. Even though I will never have him as a teacher, I glad he is happy to be a part of Morgan and experience the tight knit community that we are.

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