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  • PERSONAL MESSAGE:

    Welcome back to what is going to be another great year in the Liberty Shop.  I look forward to meeting all my new students and working again with my returning students.  Please check back often to view updated information and student project pictures. 

    ATTENTION PARENTS:

    Please remember to check the Genesis Portal often to monitor your students progress in class.

    CONTACT INFORMATION:

    CLASSROOM: D-101

    EMAIL:  jlux@jacksonsd.org

    PHONE: (732)833-4700 X. 7294

    OFFICE HOURS: 1:40 PM - 2:15 PM Monday - Friday

    BIOGRAPHY:

    The 2018-2019 academic year is my 8th at JLHS and my 12th year teaching Technology Education.  I earned my Bachelor of Science degree from Trenton State College, (now The College of New Jersey) in Technology Education.  My NJ state certifications include Industrial Arts / Technology Education and Elementary Education.  I worked as a LAN administrator and Network Engineer for the first 16 years of my career.  I worked as a Technology Education teacher for the Hamilton Township School District for four years prior to coming to Jackson.  Previous classes taught include; Materials Processing I & II, Technology Center I & II, Electronics and Robotics I & II and Introduction to Graphic Arts.

     

    FIRST SEMESTER COURSES: 2017

    Homeroom:  7:15 - 7:22

    Con. & Wood Technology - Period #1     7:22 - 8:40

    Con. & Wood Technology - Period #2    8:46 - 10:06

    Adv. Con. & Wood Tech. - Period #3    10:12 - 12:12

     

    SECOND SEMESTER COURSES: 2018

    Homeroom:  7:15 - 7:22

    Con. & Wood Technology - Period #1     7:22 - 8:40

    Adv. Con. & Wood Tech. - Period #2     8:46 - 10:06

    Con. & Wood Technology - Period #3    10:12 - 12:12

     

    I am an active member of the following professional organizations:

     NJTSA - New Jersey Technology Student Association

     NJTEA - New Jersey Technology Education Association

       

    FAVORITE QUOTES:

     Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.

     There is no substitute for hard work.

    - Thomas Edison