Randyll Warehime

I'm Randyll Warehime. I've been teaching for the past ten years at a large urban public school in Honolulu. I usually teach heterogeneously grouped Biology, Honors Biology, and a Biotechnology course which is primarily genetic engineering. Prior to teaching back here, I was a Peace Corps Volunteer science teacher for three years in Tonga (I'll let you figure out where it is and test your geography knowledge--it's not in Africa, that's Togo.). I do the usual stuff: hike, jog, swim. I have a pet Jackson's chameleon named Hector, which keeps my cricket raising skills in use. I am also an Access Excellence fellow and the Hawaii state representative for NABT.

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