Mr. Lewis teaches second grade.
Outside of his passion to teach, he likes to travel to new places, see live shows in the theater, and ride amusement park rides! He enjoys spending time with his new wife, Sherri. They run, walk the parks, and enjoy having friends over for game nights.
A few of his hobbies are singing in CTK’s choir, running with his i-Pod, reading, and decorating his home. “Relaxing at home is always so nice as well, and this usually includes ice cream and a movie,” says Mr. Lewis.
His family lives in Eastern Washington and Georgia. “In Bellingham, I have been adopted by the Robertson’s. Susan Robertson, the Kindergarten teacher, welcomes me into her home as family and treats me as her son. She’s like a mom to me. I have grown so close to this newfound family of mine that Micah, whom I taught my first year here, was a groomsman at my wedding.”
2 Corinthians 4:7 is his favorite verse. “But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us.”
“I went on a mission trip in college over my spring break, and my leader encouraged me to lead my own Bible study. I was reluctant, but this verse shares that there’s an ALL surpassing power that comes from God and not from us. This is so true, and I keep remembering where the power is when life brings trials my way.”
Mr. Lewis graduated from WWU in 2006 with an elementary education degree. He worked as a substitute for a year before beginning his time at BCS in 2007.