David Wallace

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David Wallace

Contact Information

9th Health / Global Health
Email: david.wallace@venturausd.org
Email: david.wallace@venturaedu.org
Email is the preferred mode of communication

Schedule

Period 2: Health/Global Health, Room I-104

Period 4: Health/Global Health, Room I-105

Period 7:

  • CAP, Black Box
  • Boys Water Polo, Ventura Aquatic Center
  • Swimming, Ventura Aquatic Center

Agenda and Homework

Health/Global Health Agenda

Boys Water Polo Calendar and Information

Swimming Calendar and Information

Syllabus/Class Info

Health/Global Health Syllabus

Boys Water Polo Handbook

Google Classroom Code:

Period 2 Health/Global Health: 7a9o33d

Period 4 Health/Global Health: qdv3cz4

Boys Water Polo: vtshmt8

Swimming: g6egwi

Ventura Eats: 9th Grade Projects

Ventura Eats Project Wiki

Back to School 2016

BYOD:  Technology recommendations for Foothillians 
BTSN:    2016 Slides Presentation  |  BTSN 2016 – Warm-Up  <— PARENTS 
 

Fall Sports Parent Meeting 2016

Parent Survey

Parent Meeting Document

Boys Water Polo Handbook

Boys Water Polo Calendar and Information

Spring Sports Parent Meeting 2017

Swimming Calendar and Information

About Me:

I am so excited to begin another year as a teacher and coach at FTHS.  I grew up in Huntington Beach California, roughly 40 miles south of Los Angeles in Orange County. I attended Servite High School in Anaheim. While at Servite HS  I played water polo, swam and surfed. I excelled at math and science in High School, but fell in love with social science. Immediately after high school, I attended Orange Coast College where I played water polo, swam and figured out that I wanted to major in history and earn a social science credential.  To finish my history degree, I transferred to San Diego State University. I graduated with distinction from SDSU with a History degree in 1992 and received my Social Science Credential a year later.  In 1994 I moved back to Orange County to take a teaching position at El Dorado High School in Placentia California. There I taught social science, math and coached water polo and swimming from 1994-2003. My wife Amy got a job at California State University Channel Islands (CI) in 2003 so we packed up and moved to Camarillo. Once in Camarillo we decided that I should take the opportunity to be a stay at home dad for my one year old son. Two years later we had a baby girl.  Over the next ten years I was busy raising my two amazing kids, volunteering at their schools, coaching club water polo, and earning my Masters in Education Leadership from CI. With both my children in school, I decided to return to my first love, teaching. I am looking forward to a wonderful year.

 

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