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Don Read

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Mr. Read is starting his 16th year teaching at JM. He currently teaches French and the debate classes, but in the past he has taught English, drama, and history. He is also actively involved in the SSA and WEB programs. The debate program includes 5-6 Saturday debate league tournaments and the national tournament held at Claremont/McKenna College. The debate program also allows him to stay in contact with former JM debate students who come back from Campo to act as judges.The French classes tie in with Mr. Read’s passion for travel. He organizes and chaperones a trip to Europe (with a focus on France!) each year. Mr. Read feels very fortunate and grateful to be able to teach Moraga students!