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Mr. Paul Judd

Teaches High School Social Studies, primarily College Board AP courses. For the 2021-2022 academic year I am teaching AP US History (APUSH), AP US Government & Politics (APUSGOV), and AP Macroeconomics (APMACECON). These are primarily junior and senior level courses, with the expectations of college level rigor.

This is my first year teach at Cedar Hill High School, however I have been an instructor/teacher/facilitator since 1989. I have 11 years experience teaching in the public high school setting and many more years experience teaching adults in a variety of settings.

The absolute best way to reach me is via email - paul.judd@chisd.net.

You can also call or text me at 972-863-1462. Please understand I may not respond immediately when instructing our scholars or it is outside normal/polite business hours (7am - 7pm). However, I WILL respond within 24 business hours. If leaving a message, please be sure to leave your name, call back number and briefly what or who you are calling about.

I have many degrees and certifications;

     BA-Criminal Justice & Criminology (UTA-'89)

     MPA-Masters in Public Adminstration (UTA-'94)

     MAT-Masters of Arts in Teaching (Rockford College-'00)

     MDiv-Masters of Divinity (Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary-'08)

I am a certified Social Studies Teacher 6-12 (all S.S. subjects) in both Illinois and Texas 

I am an AP ceritified instructor in the following fields; Human Geography, European History, World History (Modern), U.S. History, U.S. Government & Policy, and Macroeconomics.

I am also a certified instructor in many fields not related to high school curriculums.

I am a veteran - United States Marine Corps ('81-'85)

I post all assignments and resources in schoology. Because of issues with grade reporting in schoology, you should only check for grades in Skyward, which is the more accurate reflection of our scholars' actual grade.

To learn more about me, please refer to my vita - while it doesn't tell the whole story, it tells a little more. . .  my VITA