Welcoming the New Physics Teacher: Mr. Hayes
This year, Mr. Hayes has joined Columbus High School as the new physics teacher.
Previously, Mr. Hayes taught at Paulding County High School for 15 years. He has taught all levels of physics courses as well as chemistry and physical science. In his 15 years of teaching, Mr. Hayes has taught physics for 13 years.
Mr. Hayes is currently teaching Honors Physics and AP Physics 1, replacing the previous teacher, Mr. Richardson.
Mr. Hayes states, “I really like the sense of school pride that the school has and the awesome students that attend Columbus High School”.
Additionally, Mr. Hayes has expressed his hopes for the future of his students as he states, “I look forward to seeing the growth in my students”.
Mr. Hayes says that his experiences at the school have been good so far and that he is very happy to be at Columbus High School.
Although he is a new teacher, he did not stop himself from being more involved within the school. This year, he has taken the responsibility of running the Red Cross Club.
A teacher with a passion for his subject, he explains, “I like the fact that physics helps explain everything that happens in the universe”.
All in all, Mr. Hayes is happy to teach at Columbus High School and looks forward to the future of his students.