I have just completed my tenth year of teaching at Father Judge High School located in Northeast Philadelphia..
Our enrollment is about 1,300 boys. Before coming to Father Judge, I was a long term substitute at Little Flower High School which was my first real teaching experience. While teaching is a second career for me, I did spend a number of years working for the Navy Department developing and testing GPS receivers. It's been remarkable how technology has changed from the first printed circuit boards in the 1960's, which held an impressive (for its time) four logic gates, to today's microprocessors that allow a GPS module to fit into a cell phone.