Teacher Spotlight: Charles Foreman 

By: Rachel Kindley

     Mr. Foreman went to high school in Walker, Missouri. He participated in speech, theatre, ran track, and played basketball. He attended college at the Southwest Baptist College for two years, then the University of Missouri in Columbia. He received his Bachelor of Science in Agronomy and majored in Ed-Agriculture Education. While in college, Mr. Foreman was involved with the Agriculture Education Fraternity, Christian Campus House, Baptist Student Union, Agronomy Club, and ran Cross Country. He has been teaching for 33 ½ years, three of those years at RHS. Mr. Foreman has or is currently teaching Ag. Science 1 and 2, Ag. Construction, Ag. Structures, Greenhouse, Landscaping, Floriculture, Food Science, Animal Science, Ag. Business, Exploring Agriculture at the Middle School. He’s been a coach for the Trap Shooting team for 3 years, and an FFA advisor for 33 ½ years.

     Outside of School, Mr. Foreman enjoys gardening, landscaping, mechanics, and fixing things. He has one brother and one sister, is married and the father of 2 children and the grandfather of 1 grandchild. He also includes his “four bonus children and 6 bonus grandchildren,” to the list. A fun fact about Mr. Foreman is that he’s traveled extensively throughout the U.S. and the world. He’s been to Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Turkey, Paris, Puerto Rico, Columbia, Costa Rica, and Mexico. He’s also taught inner Kansas City kids about Agriculture for 30 ½ years. He says his favorite part about teaching at RHS are “seeing students learn, succeed, and get awards,” and “the community support for FFA is AWESOME!” 

Posted by scomegys On 10 November, 2017 at 9:34 AM