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North Bend, Oregon,97459
The Historical Society
Coos County Historical Society Museum
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Oregon State University
The Oregon Encyclopedia
Steven Greif is a history teacher and track and cross country coach at North Bend High School.
He graduated with a B.A. in history from Oregon State University and completed a master's program in history and geography from the University of Oregon. He is also a board member of the Coos County Historical Society.
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May 14 - AM: "Coastline Interpretation", presenter to be announced; and PM: "Early Europeans", Steve Grief, former North Bend High School history teacher.
At the end of the school year Steve Greif, a North Bend High School history teacher and track coach, will retire.
Also master of ceremonies for the Mr. Bulldog pageant, Greif said he'll stick around a while. But the one grand entrance people really remember is the time Steve Greif rode a brown horse that dropped horse apples on the gym floor at the start of the North Bend High School's Mr. Bulldog pageant. For 11 years, Greif has started the annual Mr. Bulldog pageant with a bang or a Yeehaw. That tradition may soon come to a close. In June, the history teacher will end his 31-year career at North Bend High School. That doesn't mean he's letting go of his master of ceremonies title just yet, but this is the beginning of the end. 'I still know so many kids at the high school," he said. 'I'll try to help them a little bit longer." Greif, 56, said he plans to pursue other goals. That may include teaching community history classes at Southwestern Oregon Community College and being more involved in the Coos Historical & Maritime Museum Center building project. Greif serves on the board of directors for the Coos County Historical Society, in addition to coaching track, announcing football and basketball games and teaching a load of history and leadership classes. A Class of 1972 Bulldog, Greif said he's enjoyed being part of the Mr. Bulldog tradition. 'I guess I'm a natural ham. I have a fun time dressing up in costumes myself. I also know it's a really big cause at the high school that I believe in," Greif said. 'I think that's just a tremendous testament to our community ... to the fact that our town has been so supportive," Greif said. 'Without Mr. Greif the show probably would never run as smoothly as it does," O'Neil said. Her mother, Kristi Erbele, who served as the Bulldog advisor for years, said Greif won't let the students flounder on stage. Greif said the show will go on with or without him, but he hopes that he at least made a difference in his students' lives.
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"Today, we should be in our classrooms, libraries and labs exploring new challenges with our students and covering important lessons," said Steve Greif, a history teacher and coach at North Bend High School.
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Later in the afternoon, North Bend's coaches Tracy Heley and Steve Greif reflected on the team trophy and how all the runners, especially the two seniors, contributed."Janee Olds (must have) passed 10 or 11 runners on the track and we (beat La Grande) by seven points," Greif said.