Mr. Megenney graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a Bachelors degree in History in 1993. He went on to complete a Masters degree in History at UC Riverside in 1995. He also completed additional graduate work in the doctoral program at UC Riverside. Originally from Riverside in Southern California, he met his wife, a resident of Escalon and graduate from Escalon High, while attending UC Santa Cruz. Mr. Megenney moved to Escalon in 2000 when a position opened at Escalon High for his wife Debbie. In the fall of 2001 he was hired to teach history at Delta College in Stockton, where he has served as an adjunct professor of history for the past 17 years teaching on various weekday evenings.
Mr. Megenney has been with the Escalon Unified School District since 2006-2007 when he was hired to teach Spanish at Escalon High School. Prior to being hired at EHS he served for one year at Weston Ranch High School in Manteca Unified as a Spanish teacher. Since 2006 he has taken on a variety of roles at EHS including ten years of service as the Academic Decathlon coach, and eleven years organizing overseas student tours with the Travel Club. Mr. Megenney received a New Educator of the Year award from Escalon Unified in the spring of 2007.
Mr. Megenney teaches Spanish at EHS, has been the department chair for the Fine Arts and Foreign Language Department since 2013, serves as the principal of Vista High School and assists the leadership team at EHS as an assistant principal.
In 2014 he entered into the school administration program at Cal State Stanislaus and completed an additional Masters degree with distinction in Education and Administration in the spring of 2016. In the spring of 2016 he received the great honor of being recognized as the Escalon Unified School District Teacher of the year. Mr. Megenney is currently enrolled in the Doctoral program in Educational Leadership at Cal State Stanislaus and plans to complete a doctorate in Education in the Spring of 2020.
|2017-2018 - 2nd Semester||Spanish I|
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