College Park Teacher Mr. Bill Warring
Apr 01, 2015 01:06PM
● By Elena Hutslar
By Dylan Carroll, College Park High School senior
Good old College Park High School: generations of great academics, phenomenal sports programs, dedicated fans, and emphatic teachers. In general, the teachers at CPHS have been highly praised for years. Many of them are imprinted forever in the minds of students, past and present, including the fanatic government teacher, Mr. Kropf, the open-minded economist, Mr. Mace, and the motherly English enthusiast, Ms. O'Connor. However, light deserves to be shed on some up and coming mentors recently identified as teachers working their way up the CP staff totem pole.
Mr. Warring in particular, stands out in the minds of many seniors and sophomores. Bill Warring, 26, graduated from Chico State and started as a substitute teacher, aspiring to be full-time. The Benicia High alumnus soon snagged a job at College Park teaching a sophomore world history course and a senior government course. Mr. Warring is a brilliant mixture of a laid-back and motivational educator. He earns the students' respect with an amiable personality, good looks, and a glint in his eye symbolic of aspiration. Mr. Warring is also currently a football coach at Benicia High School, but has his sights set on a place among the College Park football coaching staff. Along with his love for football, he is the College Park boys varsity golf coach, and he led the team to a currently undefeated record of 4-0. An idol is brewing at College Park, a true prospect for the record books. Congrats on a great first year, Mr. Warring.