Laura Zinszer

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Laura Zinszer

Year Started at DHS: 2012

Classes Taught: Physics 1, Physics By Design, Electricity & Robotics, Astronomy, Yoga

About Ms. Zinszer: I love teaching science here at DHS and have been teaching for more than 30 years. In my spare time, I love reading and walking with my dog, Juno. I am always excited to learn new things, and have loved learning and teaching Yoga.

 John Reid

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John Reid

Year Started at DHS: 2005

Classes Taught: Biology, Environmental Science, VA Hospital Program

About Mr. Reid: I am originally from St. Louis. I really enjoy living in Columbia with all it's parks, trails and small home town feel. I enjoy the outdoors and try to incorporate it into the lessons that I teach, through gardening, hiking, biking and boating.

 Jeremiah Settles

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Jeremiah Settles

Year Started at DHS: 2016

Classes Taught: Anatomy, Biology, Chemistry, and Environmental Science

About Mr. Settles: I am a married father of three awesome girls, husband to an amazing wife, rabid sports fan, and a passionate outdoorsman. I have a firm belief that all of our students can be successful in academics and in life. Through the teaching of science I hope to help our students can understand and engage with the world around them in a positive and successful manner. I am happy to be here at Douglass High School teaching all of the life science courses for our students!

 Inigo Montoya

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Inigo Montoya

Year Started at DHS: 2016

Courses Taught: Revenge, Piracy, and Swashbuckling

About Mr. Montoya: After seeing my swordsmith father murdered by a devious knave, I dedicated my life to avenging my father's death. I have traveled the world working as a mercenary with my good friend Fezzik. Having since killed the six-fingered man and avenging my father's death... I have moved to Columbia, Mo. where I teach the fine arts of "being awesome" to the students at Douglass High School