From studying paleontology at Montana State University to going all the way to the third floor of Woodland Regional High School, Michael Knell, new Woodland science teacher, has attended South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, Nebraska University, and Montana State University. He looking forward to bringing his experience here to Woodland.
Due to Knell’s vast experience, he is always excited for a new atmosphere.
“What first caught my eye about Woodland was the size of the school, the community size and the smaller rural feeling of community,” said Knell. “Everyone’s very friendly and the feeling of community is great here.”
Everyone is excited to see what Knell brings to Woodland and how he continues his Woodland career, as well as putting his own touch on science and teaching overall.