Supporting Teachers

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Steven Epton

Astronomy, Earth Science, Environmental Science Teacher
Gretna High School
Gretna
Virginia

Steven (Andy) graduated from Clemson University in 2004 with a BS in Geology. He has been teaching for 7 years and teaches primarily Earth Science, but also Environmental Science and Astronomy.  He volunteers at the Virginia Museum of Natural History in the Paleo lab as a fossil preparator.  His current project is a cervical vertebra from a Diplodocus. He self-published a book in 2017 titled The Past is the Key to the Future: A History of the Universe, Earth, and Life, and he plays trumpet in a local community jazz band in the fall and spring.

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