Mary Feagley

Now in her twenty-fifth year of teaching, Mary can often be found in her high school English school classroom during the school year, engaging students with some of her favorites: Shakespeare, vocabulary, and blogging (all while using music as much as possible). Outside of the school environment, she spends time with her husband and kids, travels to college football games in the fall, reads, walks for exercise, teaches piano, and cooks for friends and family. She also enjoys collecting antiques and researching her genealogy. As a fourth generation teacher, she hopes to continue to teach with passion and a bit of humor.

Encouraging students to embrace their passions

Encouraging students to embrace their passions

What is a passion project? A passion project is something you work on (often outside of your chosen path of study or occupation) that gives you satisfaction and happiness and puts you in a state of creative flow. It’s what you do to escape it all. It can be a tiny or significant contribution to

What is a passion project? A passion project is something you work on (often outside of your chosen path of study or occupation) that gives you satisfaction and happiness and puts you in a state of creative flow. It’s what you do to escape it all. It can be a tiny or significant contribution to... read more