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Gary Duquette, BS Mathematics, M.A.Ed.

9-12 Mathematics/Engineering Teacher

Gary Duquette

Gary Duquette has 13 years of educational experience teaching mathematics and Project Lead the Way Engineering at Jackson Hole High School in Wyoming. He currently teaches Introduction to Engineering, Principles of Engineering, Digital Electronics, and Engineering Design and Development. Gary was selected as a Sieman’s Researcher in the Classroom in 2013, and the 2014 Wyoming STEM secondary teacher of the year. Since 2013, the Engineering Design and Development Capstone class has partnered with NASA in the HUNCH (High School Students United with NASA to create Hardware) Design and Prototyping division developing products for the microgravity environment. Gary started the FIRST Robotics program in Teton County in 2009. The Jackson Hole RoboBroncs currently have over 300 students K-12 participating in FIRST robotics. In 2018, The Jackson Hole High School RoboBroncs FRC team finished fifth in the robotics competition in Houston Championships.

 

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