William Davis welcomes all student and parents to his technology classes. Mr. Davis started working at Rhodes in 1995 after graduating from Purdue University (Go Boilermakers!). He currently teaches Tech Apps, Video Production, and Web Design and earned his Instructional Technology Masters Degree in 2006 from GCU.
Mr. Davis is also on the Campus Leadership Team, the PBIS Team, and Technology Department Team. In addition to writing and winning multiple SAISD Foundations Grants, he is also the World Strides Trip Coordinator. Over the past seven years, Mr. Davis has led students to Washington D.C., New York City, Gettysburg, and California. Anyone interested in more information about this year's trip, or anything else, can contact Mr. Davis at Rhodes.
Away from Rhodes, Mr. Davis teaches 'Foundations of Effective Teaching' and 'Managing Behavior in School Communities' classes for SAISD. He also enjoys spending time with his family, is an active San Antonio Alliance Member, and likes to travel. In addition to traveling all over the United States, Mr. Davis has visited the Bahamas, Mexico, England, Scotland, Wales, France, Germany, and the United Arab Emirates. He also enjoys history and numismatics.
Feel free to stop by Mr. Davis' classroom anytime for a chat about your student, our class, technology, Rhodes, travel, numismatics, history, the great outdoors, or anything else interesting. Tutoring hours are Wednesdays after school from 4:00 - 5:00.