Mr. B. began teaching in Morton during the 1993-94 school year. Prior to coming to Morton he taught one year in East Aurora. He is the Morton's head girl's basketball coach, having started in 1998. He is married to Evelyn and they have three energetic kids, Bobby, Josi, and Maddy.
Mr. Becker's Mission
Mr. Becker wants all children to enjoy physical education. Each day he tries to plan activities that are fun and promote action. His goal is to have all of his students moving and having a great time. If each child leaves his class feeling good about themselves and having pink cheeks and sweaty foreheads, his lesson has been successful.
As an Alumni of the Morton School District, it is my pleasure to be back in the district as an educator. My experiences have been varied. (Special Education K-2 in East Peoria, Il and Scottsdale, AZ. General education 3rd grade in Phoenix, AZ and 5th grade in Morton, IL.) Currently, now in my 20th year of teaching, I am enjoying working with 2nd-12th grade boys at Morton Academy.
It is my mission to teach in such a way that the each student can change knowledge into understanding through high yet reachable goals. I hope to do this through an engaging, friendly, and safe environment. I like a quote from Ben Franklin which roughly states, “Do not fear mistakes. You will know failure. Continue to reach out for that is when you really learn.”
Mrs. Robinson began her career as a speech-language pathologist in 2000. She earned her master's degree from Illinois State University. She has 2 children, Skyler and Heleyna. They live in Morton. Ms. Robinson enjoys going to movies, music and theater, and spending time with her family.
Mission for the Class
Ms. Robinson strives to create an enjoyable environment in which students with various speech and language delays can improve their communication skills.