Mr. Wheeler

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BA Sociology/Criminal Justice

Mr. Wheeler

Remote Learning Information: Students and Parents of Mr. Wheeler's Sociology and American Law class, every student has been given a code to join google classroom. All assignemnets will be updated daily through google classtoom. Assignments need to be completed in the time frame assigned, grades will be updated in power school on a regular basis.  Any one who needs additional information or help on any thing please email me at wwheeler@hamilton.k12.nj.us. I will be available between 8:00am -8:00 pm everyday should you have any questions. Students should also reach out through the Remind app if they need questions answered. This is a uniquie time for all of us, but we will get through this new process!

 

 

 

 

 

I grew up in Hamilton until the age of 28.  I attended Yardville, Reynolds, and Graduated from Steinert in 1997. I continued on to Cabrini College. I graduated Cabrini in 2001 with a major in Sociology and a minor in Criminal Justice.  In the summer of 2001 I was offered a job in the attendance office at Steinert and accepted.  After a short time working in education, I realized I wanted to teach.  While working at Steinert, I began classes at Rider University to become certified to teach history. After a short leave from Steinert to teach at McCorristin, I returned to Steinert in 2004 to become a full time teacher in the Social Studies department.  In addition to teaching at Steinert, I teach at the Hamilton Twp. Alternative School Program, and at the Hamilton Twp. Accredited Adult Night School.

      I am married to my wonderful wife, Erin, since 2008 and we currently reside on the water in Brick, NJ with our dog Gus.  In addition to school and school activities I hold a valid Merchant Marine License, Master of a 50 ton commercial vessel. My wife and I are very active and enjoy all outdoor activities.  We travel to Vermont many weekends throughout the winter for skiing adventures and spend our summer enjoying the water and traveling.

 

Have a great day!

-Mr. Wheeler