Sean Nash

Biology teacher in the great state of Kansas. Back at it in the classroom after a 30-year career in Missouri. Former District Curriculum Administrator, Instructional Technology Coordinator, and Instructional Coach. Biology instructor since 1993. Find more about my passions and my work at


  1. @Jenny (not Jennifer) – 1) i love seeing a “nash” post here who is from Florida and completely unrelated. beautiful name, BTW. 😉

    2) i think i also need to link to your other blog here:
    and say that i like it mucho. i have been telling erin how funny it is and how much she’d appreciate it, but being 8/9 months pregnant and preparing to leave her biology and zoology students to a substitute hasn’t left her much time in the blogosphere.

    3) thank you.

  2. Wonderful words, wonderful family.

    I know you’ll be (um, well, children are present so I’ll drop the adjective) busy, but I hope you’ll still have time to continue your magic here.


  3. @wifely beast – stop calling me “sean” online. you don’t call me that in person… weirdo. 😉

    @Michael – i love adjectives. (especially that type. at least.) your kind words inspire me more than you know. tons more later. promise.

    • @Tyson Evans, – thanks much. I certainly hope things are stellar with the new job, etc. in the Big Apple! Sorry to have missed you when you last rolled through town, but as you can see… business had overcome me at that point!

      Look forward to catching up sometime, and nearing about the NY Times.

  4. This is my first time in “Nashworld”

    Always knew you lived in your own little world, this just confirms my theory 🙂

  5. Living in your own world has it’s advantages! No one knows if your coming or going.

  6. I’ll be in your neck of the woods on Thursday. We have a dual with you guys. (Benton) I don’t know if your still helping out with Benton, it’s been awhile.

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