Welcome to Resource Pre-Algebra and Study Skills, Room 73. Home of:
Mr. Shelton and Zeus
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Zeus the Service Dog and his Training in the Classroom.
Zeus a Service Dog in training.
His dad is a Golden Retriever, his mom a black standard Poodle. That makes him a "Goldendoodle". He was born Feb 2016 in Ohio and has come out here to Arizona to learn the art and skills of helping a child with physical disabilities. Most importantly, he will be learning how to use these skills in the classroom.
While at Fremont, Zeus will be learning daily skills such as:
- Avoiding public distractions
- Lay at the feet of a caregiver under a desk
- Assist humans in daily tasks like retrieving dropped items
- Opening and closing doors
- Turning on/off lights
- And of course, Companionship.
If you have any questions about Zeus and his time here at Fremont, please do not hesitate to contact me via Email or Phone.
Oh yea, then there's Mr. Shelton
Mr. Shelton grew up in the Southern California. He loved to play in the ocean, hike around Lake Arrowhead, and off road through Joshua Tree. After graduating from high school, his adventures took him north to Washington where he served 6 years in the USAF (141st ARW) and graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Special Education from Eastern Washington University. In 2005 Mr. Shelton made his first professional move to Arizona where he taught at Fox Creek Jr. High and Mohave Community College. In 2008, he received his Master's Degree in Education from NAU and moved to the Phoenix valley. 2016, marks Mr. Shelton's 12th year in education and his fourth year at Fremont Jr. High.
Aside from living in three very different climates, Mr. Shelton has traveled to Hawaii, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Iceland, Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta and six trips to Alaska. He loves to be outside, cycling through the valley or cruising around town on bikes with his family.