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    My name is David Houghton. I graduated from Northern Michigan University with a Bachelor of Arts in English, a minor in history and secondary education endorsement. I have been teaching for 29 years. I taught one year in Ypsilanti Michigan and have been teaching at Sault High for the past 27 years. I currently teach Native American Literature, Ojibway Language, and English 12. I was also the first Native American Advisor for Sault Schools back in 1991. Many of my current students have parents that were students at Sault High in the 90's and remember me from my Native American Advisor work. My primary work at Sault High for 17 years was working with Native American high school students from 1991-2008. I have also taught Native American Literature for the past 26 years. This is my class of expertise, and I consider myself highly qualified in this area. I also was the 504 coordinator for Sault High for 2 years from 2008-2010. I have taught Ojibway Language for the past 10 years, and was also responsible for our first Ojibway Language class in 1993, which was taught from Bay Mills Community College by Mr. Don Abel. I have been a Reader for the Gates Scholarship and we have had several winners over the years. 
     I can be reached at 906-635-3839 ext. 5877 or davidh@eupschools.org
     
     
    Daily Schedule 2017-18
    1st Hour- Native American Literature (Malcolm)
    2nd Hour- Conference
    3rd Hour- Native American Literature
    4th Hour- Ojibway Language and Culture
    5th Hour- Ojibway Language and Culture
    6th Hour- English 12
    7th Hour- English 12