Mission Statement

At EduTryGuys we hope to empower teachers to try new things in their classrooms and to not be afraid to fail in the pursuit of bettering classroom practices. We promise to be straightforward with our Try's, successes, and failures with the understanding that education is not a linear process. Though we come from different backgrounds we will do our best to represent numerous disciplines and grade levels. Although our Try's and blogs will have a lighthearted feel, we will balance that lightheartedness with the professionalism that we bring to our classroom and our research.

The EduTryGuys

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Marc Price has spent his career teaching Social Studies at Richmond High School after receiving his BA in Education from Indiana University East, also located in Richmond, in 2012. He has had experience teaching in a variety of settings including in Alternative Ed. as well as Advanced Placement. His educational passion is to create a classroom environment in which students feel safe to fail, persist and endure the difficulties therein to find their reason to learn.



Jay is a Social Studies teacher at the high school level. He teaches World History and Economics. He received his B.A in Social Studies Education at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN. He is a advocate of bringing in student's and teacher's passions into the classroom to help student engagement.One of the passions he has tried to bring in already is his love of comics, for more information see #educomix



Bill is a Spanish teacher at the high school level. He received his B.A. in Spanish and B.S. in Spanish education from Miami University. He is currently working on his M.A. in Foreign Language Teaching at Michigan State University. Bill has been involved in many professional organizations in various roles. He was president of AATSP Buckeye, sat on the Ohio Foreign Language Association board, and currently runs free training in Indianapolis. Bill has presented at multiple state and regional conferences, and has been trained as a language teacher coach at the International Forum for Language Teachers.



Jeremy Hill has worked at Richmond Community Schools for 20 years- he taught English for 18 years, was English Department Chair for 8 years, and has been the eLearning Specialist at RHS for 2 years.  He is also the AD for the RCS intermediate schools and the assistant AD at Richmond High School.  He earned his Bachelors from Indiana University East and his Masters from Earlham College.  Jeremy is married to Tiffany Hill and they have a daughter, Sophia.  Jeremy enjoys spending time with his friends and family, fishing, and attending sporting events when he is not at school.