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Magnet Coordinator

No written word or spoken plea can teach our youth what they should be. Not all the books on all the shelves--it's what the teachers are themselves.

Educational Philosophy:

"A mind is a terrible thing to waste," said Martin Luther King, Jr. to which I would add, "and so is a free education". Teaching is creating learning opportunities for students. Schools must provide a safe, respectful and nurturing environment to foster student growth. Teachers must create and deliver curricula which offer learning opportunities not only for content but also for the development of skills that will transcend the classroom and transfer to post-academic pursuits. Students must take ownership of their own learning and self-development in order to become life-long learners.

What I value most about ERHS:

I value the community's emphasis on the importance of education, the culture and environment of the school and students and the traditions that make ERHS unique and special.

About Me:

Mr. Lord's coaching resume includes varsity girls' basketball from 1989 to 1992, frosh/soph boys' basketball from 2006 through 2009 and varsity boys' basketball from 2009 to 2012. Mr. Lord's three children are graduates of ERHS and earned their collegiate degrees in 2016 (Cameron and Kaitlin) and 2017 (Duncan). Mr. Lord's hobbies include woodworking, photography, mountain biking and restoring his 1930 Model A Coupe.


College Degree/Major Year
U.C.L.A. M.Ed. in Administrative Leadership 2004
Occidental College M.A. in Mammalian Physiology 1991
C.S.U.L.A. Teaching Credential in Secondary Education 1989
Occidental College A. B. in Biology (minor in Studio Art) 1983


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