By Joshua Potratz Eagle Eye Staff Writer
Math teacher Nathan Woodward is in his tenth year of teaching but his first year at El Camino. Before EC, he taught at Encina High School, Elk Grove High School, and a junior college.
He’s a veteran when it comes to the classroom, and is no stranger to the effort required to be a good teacher.
“Teaching is a job I love to work hard at,” said Woodward.
Before teaching, Woodward earned a bachelor’s degree at Seattle Pacific University, a master’s degree at the University of Kansas City, Missouri, and his teaching certification online from National University.
Originally from Seattle, Washington, Woodward brings to the table many essential traits that are important to being a good teacher. Woodward is excited and looking forward to the rest of the school year.