• "WHOO" said the owl?  MR. SELLARS . . . "whoo is he"?
    When Mr. Sellars was in the 6th grade he lived on a chicken farm with 42,000 chickens.  It was my father's expectation that my brother and I help with the HUGE chores, meaning:  EVERY day of the week we got up at 4:00 a.m., fed and watered the chickens, ate breakfast, caught the bus, had a full day of school, rode the bus home and at 4:00 p.m., repeat the 2 hour morning job.  I had time to return to the house, have dinner, do homework, shower, one hour of T.V.?? and off to bed and repeat all this, 7 days a week . . .  and your child may complain about taking out the trash once a week?  :-)
    I am so happy to be at MSA for my 35th year (I took a SHORT, 2 month retirement and was called back into service for ONLY ONE MORE YEAR.  I will do everything possible to help your child.   Before this year I taught 6th grade math.  I love math and I love to help students that have learning gaps and to challenge others to move on at their pace! 
    Mainly . . .  I KNOW and LOVE 6th graders.  I am STRONG on COMMUNICATION!  Please feel free to contact me at school email:  dsellars@msaschool.org  OR at HOME:  sellarsmath@comcast.net (NOT an intrusion, (for parent contact ONLY!).  I check home email up to 8:30 p.m. and around 5:45 a.m. (EVERY day BUT Saturday . . . "Mr. Sellars Day"!  :-)
    I can already tell . . .  I have an excellent group of kids!!