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Vincent Case - Environmental Education Resource Teacher (APS)

Vincent Case is an environmental education resource teacher employed by Albuquerque Public Schools.

SMNHC Educator Vincent Case on site at SMNHC smiling at the camera

"Mr. Case did a wonderful job informing and guiding my class through the Sandia Mountains." 

"My kids really enjoyed working with Vince Case. He is a phenomenal teacher!"

About Vince

Vince Case has been with Albuquerque Public Schools since 2000 and began working at the SMNHC in the fall of 2010.  With over 20 years teaching experience from primary school to university, Vince returns to the SMNHC from his family’s year-long sabbatical living, teaching and going to school in Guayaquil, Ecuador.  

Originally from Maryland and after graduating from the University of Delaware, Vince moved to New Mexico in 1994 to teach on the Navajo Nation in Thoreau and Shiprock.  For ten years Vince then taught at School on Wheels Alternative High School in Albuquerque where he and his students collaborated closely with the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Project, New Mexico Watershed Watch, the ABQ Water Utility Authority, and the Environmental Education Association of NM.   In 2006, Vince completed his Master’s Degree in education from the University of NM.  In 2009, Vince was awarded the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching from President Obama.

Vince can be contacted at case@aps.edu or by calling (505) 281-5259 x3.
This page was last updated on: August 16, 2021.