Science Department Chair
Middle and Upper School Science Teacher
B.S. in Biology-Ecology and B.S. in Environmental Science with a minor in Geography from Minnesota State University, Mankato
M.A.T. from Rockford University
The recipient of the 2014 Distinguished Faculty Award and numerous Golden Apple nominations, David has extensive professional experience in addition to an impressive teaching resume. Before joining the Keith faculty, David worked on wetland and water quality policy for the National Wildlife Federation in Washington, DC, as a research assistant/temporary instructor at Iowa State University, as a lab technician for Baxter International, and as an environmental specialist for American Tower Corporation. At Keith, he is the Science Department Chair and teaches middle school science and math, senior year environmental science, and middle school math. David has been a guest instructor at Nicholas Conservatory & Gardens. Another contribution that he enjoys immensely, is coaching. Since 2002, David has coached various sports including volleyball, basketball, and soccer. David has a daughter, Emery, and a son, Tyler, who are both Keith School students. To view David’s web site, click here.