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Sherman High School


Sherman ISD


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SHS-Bob Murphy

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Mr. Murphy was born and raised in Seattle, Washington.He attended the University of Washington from 1963-1965, but then transferred to Western Washington State College, which he attended from 1965-1968.Mr. Murphy is married to Patrisha.They have four children together ranging from ages 20 to 30, and 2 grandchildren.Mr. Murphy enjoys movies, reading, playing scrabble, and taking walks with his wife.Mr. Murphy has been teaching Algebra 2 at Sherman High School for 1 1/2 years. He has also taught in Seattle, WA for 11 years and Port Orchard, WA for more than 20 years. Mr. Murphy has also taught Algebra 1, Geometry, and English grade 10 through 12. Mr. Murphy chose to become a teacher because his friends thought it was a worthy profession, and you also get summers off. When asked why he chose to be a math teacher, Mr. Murphy replied, "I enjoy teaching math.The planning is relatively easy; the grading is relatively black and white.AND MATH CAN BE FUN!"Mr. Murphy's Class ScheduleYou can e-mail Mr. Murphy here


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