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My name is Todd Graham and this is my third year teaching. I am very excited about the year and anxious to begin practicing many new teaching techniques as well as implementing many new tools and technology in the classroom. I am very fortunate to be here at Northwest surrounded by such a wonderful staff and so many smiling faces from the sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students!

     I am a graduate from Wade Hampton High School and grew up in the Greenville area. After high school, I attended Bluefield State College in West Virginia on a baseball scholarship. I graduated with a degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education, as well as a specialization in Middle School Mathematics Education.

     I am currently the Assistant Varsity Baseball Coach at Wade Hampton H.S.  I also coach various traveling teams as well as personal hitting, catching, and pitching instruction at Phillip’s Baseball.

     In my free time, you may find me playing in an upstate men’s baseball league (I also travel to Asheville to play every Sunday), playing softball, golf, and basketball. Any sport there is, I’ve probably attempted to play it. I am also always anxious to get out on the lake fishing for largemouth, or in woods hunting whitetail.

    My brother and I have recently started a coyote population control mission in the upstate area.  We have been hunting coyotes for many years and now are blessed to have the proper equipment to control anyone's coyote population safely, effectively, and discreetly.  If you are having any issues with coyotes near your home or property, please let me know and we will see what we can do! It is truly a passion and that is why we would like to help others on this mission.  If you have any questions or comments about coyotes, please feel free to contact me.  I am always ready to talk about the outdoors.
     I’m very excited about being at a wonderful school such as Northwest.  I look forward to working with the students and parents in furthering the education of my classroom’s bright young minds.