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Posted May 4, 2016

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David A. Weichbrodt, Homebound District Program

David A. Weichbrodt is retiring this May from the Homebound District Program.  He shares a part of his story:I began my career in 1984 at Carlos Rey Elementary as a teacher of

"I began my career in 1984 at Carlos Rey Elementary as a teacher of 1st through 5th grade students in a Communicative Disordered classroom. My next assignment was with Madison Middle School teaching in a D Cross Categorically classroom of 6th-8th graders.

For the last sixteen years, I have spent teaching in Homebound with many different sites and various student populations:  from Desert Hill Residential Treatment Center; Memorial Hospital; Children’s Treatment Center; Home Hospital; and Stronghurst Alternative School (teaching re-classified 9th and 10th graders).  Also, teaching in the home setting serving children with significant medical conditions as well as students on the autism spectrum. 

Since 2006, I have been teaching with the IAES (Interim Alternative Education Setting) Program.

This has been my favorite assignment. Thank you all for the opportunity to impact kids."

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