Mission

"It is the mission of Harwood Union High School to provide an educational and creative environment in which every person is valued as an individual, challenged as a learner and inspired to contribute to a democratic society. As a professional learning organization of all academic departments, we are prepared to work together in order to provide a unique and personalized learning experience for all students."


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Keith Mullins

Driver Education Teacher

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 802-244-5186 ext 1274


Career Highlights

December 1981  BSEd from Peru (NE) State College with distinction

1982-1983  Completed Driver Education endorsement at the Nebraska Safety Center under Dr. Richard Ashman

1984-1993  Taught classroom, simulation and driving for Educational Service Unit #3 in Omaha, NE

1985  Developed performance based curriculum under Larry Vice

1985  Field tested Driver Performance Test and Driver Perception Course developed by Dr. Jack Weaver

1985  Completed Driver Performance Measurement course and developed Road Test under Dr. Darrel Jensen

1994 – present  Driver Educator at Harwood

1994 – present  Member of Vermont Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association (VDTSEA)

1996 – present  Member of American Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association (ADTSEA)

1994-1996  Assisted Barb Brody and Dr. Fred Mottula in developing Parent Involvement Guide

June 1996  Received Highway Hero’s Award from the Governor’s Highway Safety Program and nationally    recognized in Parent Involvement by John Harvey

July 2000  Finalist for ADTSEA Teacher of the Year

May 2003  VDTSEA Central Region Teacher of the Year

May 2006 VDTSEA Jerry Silvestro Teacher of the Year

2007-2008  Developed performance based driving under Duane Pierson, Principal and Lindsay Townsend, State Driver’s Ed Consultant

May 2012  MED from St. Michael’s College

November 2016  VDTSEA Jay Curtis Award for outstanding service to Driver’s Ed


VDTSEA Activities

1994-1998, 2001-2011  Central Region Chair

1997-2001  Represented VDTSEA as Co-coordinator for Vermont Operation Lifesaver Steering Committee

1998-1999  President- Elect

1998-1999  New England Traffic Safety Education Association (NETSEA) Conference Steering Committee member

1998  Parent Involvement Panel at Spring Conference

1999-2001 President

1999  Successful Teaching Techniques Panel at NETSEA Conference

2000  Learning Activities Panel at ADTSEA Conference

2002  Parent Involvement Panel at NETSEA Conference

2011-2016  Central Region Director

Early 2000’s  Actively supported Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) by testifying for House Education Committee, House/Senate Transportation Committee


Personally

My wife and I were married in 1982.  We have raised 3 sons (Class of 2006, Class of 2009 and Class of 2011).  All 3 earned Eagle Scout in Troop 701 Waterbury.  I joined Troop 701 in April 1999.  I completed Wood Badge training (Eagle) in 2007 and was chosen for the Order of the Arrow Vigil Honor in 2012.  I was given the name – Klamachpin Achgeketum which means Quiet Teacher.