Mr. Mulvaney came to Woodinville High School in 2012. He teaches math as well as the computer science through the TEALS program (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools).
Mr. Mulvaney is from the Pacific Northwest and spent six years in Oregon before returning to his home state of Washington. Before teaching Mr. Mulvaney developed websites and worked as a clinic coordinator for a doctor’s office. Mr. Mulvaney enjoys spending time with his wife, daughters, dog, and two cats. In his spare time, Mr. Mulvaney likes to play board games, play Ultimate frisbee, and cheer on his beloved Seahawks.
Woodinville High School is honored to be have been working with TEALS since 2013. Computer Scientists from Microsoft, Google, and other tech companies volunteer send rotating teams which are present in our computer science classes weekly. TEALS in the News: New York Times | CNN | Harvard Ed School | Kentucky video
Degrees and Certifications:
B.A. Mathematics, University of Washington
M.T.M.S., Seattle Pacific University