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Teacher Bio

My name is Bill Babcock and I live here in Nampa. I have lived here since I was hired in ’91 to teach Small Engine Repair at West Jr. High. Currently my teaching assignment includes six periods of Small Engine Repair- Small Engines I, II, & III. Other teaching assignments in the past have included being a Dean of Students for five years and the Night School Principle for two. This last summer I was the Summer School Vice Principle.
My B. A. is from the College of Idaho '81, in Health and Physical Education, Coaching minor; Masters from North West Nazarine University '01, in Educational Leadership.
 My wife Teresa and I have two children - Bronson and Brianna. Bronson recently got out of the Marine Corp and my daughter is going to school majoring in Veternary Science.
 My hobbies include hunting and fishing, reloading, wood working, modeling. I play the drums in a garage band on the weekends. I am also heavily involved in the sport of boxing. I have a boxing club here in Nampa called “Nampa/PAL Challengers” We are supported by the Nampa Police Department and volunteer coaches. We train amateurs and pros for fitness and competition. Our gym is located in the Karcher Mall.
 I am a level III National Official for Amatuer Boxing. On occasion I work for the Athletic Commission (Pros) here in Idaho officiating pro matches.
I love working with kids and look forward to many more years of service in the Nampa school district.

Message to all my students:

All of my students should try their best to obsorb what I teach them and to use the information to solve problems. It is very rewarding to see my students be successful.

 Class Periods

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A DAY1
Small Enging Repair 1Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
A course designed to introduce students to basic small engine repair. This will involve exploration, disassembly, and minor repair of various small engine equipment and the use of
tools and measurement devices. A study of two and four stroke cycles, cooling and lubrication systems will be covered.
A DAY2
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A DAY3
Small Engine Repair 3 Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
A course designed to provide student with team work, critical thinking, problem solving,
diagnostics, and repairing to industry standards. Students should be familiar with all types of equipment, engines and power trains associated with small engines This will include lawn and garden equipment as well as recreational equipment such a outboard engines, snowmobiles,  motorcycles, watercraft and industrial applications.
A DAY4
Small Engine Repair 2Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
A course designed to provide students with small engine repair applications. Students will be expected to diagnose and repair common equipment failures and make proper recommendations for maintenance of equipment to customers.
B DAY1
Small Engine Repair 1Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
A course designed to introduce students to basic small engine repair. This will involve exploration, disassembly, and minor repair of various small engine equipment and the use of
tools and measurement devices. A study of two and four stroke cycles, cooling and lubrication systems will be covered.
B DAY2
Small Engine Repair 2Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
A course designed to provide students with small engine repair applications. Students will be expected to diagnose and repair common equipment failures and make proper recommendations for maintenance of equipment to customers.
B DAY3
Small Engine Repair 3Use SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
A course designed to provide student with team work, critical thinking, problem solving,
diagnostics, and repairing to industry standards. Students should be familiar with all types of equipment, engines and power trains associated with small engines This will include lawn and garden equipment as well as recreational equipment such a outboard engines, snowmobiles,  motorcycles, watercraft and industrial applications.
B DAY4
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Students are in this class improve their grades by learning new skills designed to help them succeed in core classes toward graduation. Skills include; planning, organization, self reliance, punctuality, and other aspects of what it takes to have passing, if not good, grades.

 
 

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