New teachers bring experience into fields of study

  Terry’s newest teachers bring classroom knowledge in their branch of teaching. 

Sixth grade and Title I teacher Abram Graham taught in Dillingham, Alaska for five years before moving to Terry in August. 
Graham received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Montana State University – Billings and earned a teaching degree from the University of Alaska – Fairbanks. He is currently finishing up a thesis to attain his Master’s degree in education. 
Graham and his wife Lauren have a two-year-old daughter, Leora.
Tom Mock has been teaching Industrial Art classes in Minnesota for 22-plus years. 
He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Bemidji State University, as well as a Master’s degree in Vocational Education.
Mock is originally from Pennsylvania. Before entering the teaching field, he worked at several defense industry contractors, including Chrysler Defense and General Dynamics, where he helped supply the military with technical manuals and  training classes for the military’s use of M1 and M60 tanks. 
He and his wife Rebecca have two daughters and two grandsons. 
Published August 31, 2011
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