Larry Williams has been teaching for a total of 36 years. He taught one year at Logan Junior High, and the remaining years he has been at Logan High. The 2016/17 school year will be his last year of teaching as he is retiring at the end of May.
Williams graduated from Logan High and went on to Utah State University, graduating in 1981 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. He later went on to get a teaching certificate and eventually went back and earned a master’s degree. A job at Logan Junior High later opened up, and Williams was hired and has worked in the Logan City School District ever since. Williams has taught economics, macroeconomics, personal financial planning, accounting 1050, accounting 1&2, entrepreneurship, and pretty much anything that doesn’t use a computer and relates to business.
“I’ve had the pleasure to work with a lot of great teachers. Students are obviously the main focus of why I’m here.”
Teacher of the Month
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