David Caraway, Ph.D., Agrees to Join Faculty
April 4, 2005
Dear Keystone Community,It is with great pleasure that I let you know that Dr. David Caraway will be a member of Keystone School's faculty beginning in the 2005-2006 school year.He
is no stranger to Keystone School
, having served as a substitute teacher in the last couple of years and, more recently, having taken up teaching responsibilities when, first, Ms. Bartlett, and later, Mr. Spedding took maternity and paternity leaves, respectively.Currently, he
is teaching our seniors in U. S. Government.
association with the school, I have enjoyed his
company and have been inspired by his
dedication to teaching.There is a definite fit between Dr. Caraway
and Keystone School
In the 2005-2006 school year, he
will teach government to Seniors and History and French to Seventh Graders.His
energy is abundant and he
will participate fully in school life beyond his
was seen last week at softball practice hitting fly balls to the outfielders. Dr Caraway graduated from Colorado State University with a bachelor of music.
In 1990, he
earned a vocal performance certificate from the Maastricht Conservatory
in the Netherlands.He holds a masters in international relations and a doctorate in modern European history from the University of Delaware.He
spent 1999-2000 as a Fulbright fellow in the Netherlands.
All that is just fine, but here is how it translates with students: One Middle School
student told his
Mother not long ago, "Dr.Caraway
knows things that are not in the text books."True enough.
Please join me in welcoming Dr. Caraway
to Keystone School