Scott Fowler is a 2001 graduate of Plymouth State College in Plymouth, NH where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education. He is also a graduate of the University of New Hampshire where he received his Master’s Degree in Teacher Leadership. He has taught at the Elementary level for 16 years at Swasey Central School in Brentwood, NH.
Scott is the recipient of many awards and honors during his lifetime and his career in Education. He was awarded the Arthur Tufts Memorial Scholarship and the American Legion Post 32 Educational Scholarship. He is the 1995 Power Board Breaking World Champion at the Junior World Taekwondo Championships in Warsaw, Poland. He also was awarded the 2016 Exeter Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Teacher of the Year and is currently being nominated for the New Hampshire Daughters of the American Revolution teacher of the Year. He has served as President of his local Teacher’s Union and served on his School district’s Math and Science Committees.
Scott has had many students sit in his classroom with many different needs. Some have struggled with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, global disorders, multiple learning disorders, physical disorders, and/or suffer from the effects of Socio-economic difficulties. Each student deserves his 100% effort and gets it. Some days Scott can take students to faraway lands and study the travels of Marco Polo or join them as civil engineers studying bridge designs and building their own. Other days he focuses on Traditional division and how to comprehend the complex emotions surrounding eternal life in Natalie Babbitt’s Tuck Everlasting. Every student has a place in Scott’s classroom, along with a teacher that forms a bond of trust, as well as a lifelong cheerleader in their successes.
When not in his classroom, Scott lives in Epsom, New Hampshire with his wife, Melody, and his amazing daughter, Isabella. Together they enjoy fishing, walking, swimming, hiking, and love taking short trips to the White Mountain, Boston, New York City, and all points in between. They can often be found at historically significant locations, parks, and any other spots that many fall into the categories of educational or just extremely fun.