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In a part of an ongoing series here at PantherNation, various teachers from around the school will be interviewed. Although we see our teachers every day, and they are one of the most important parts of our academic lives, it is not often that we have time to get to know them outside of the classroom. This series aims to do just so.

Mr. Rutherford is the HS Librarian and Technology Coordinator here at ISB. He has been at ISB for 6 years, and he previously was the Elementary athletic coordinator, director of MS activities, worked on the HS yearbook, taught 6th grade Humanities, 6th grade English and 6th grade Social Studies. He has also coached water polo, U13 and U15 boys volleyball, U15 boys basketball, U13 girls basketball, and boys and girls Varsity basketball.

3 things. I like people, love books, and love helping people find what they need, whether it’s research, help with writing, finding a new book, or listening to them tell me about a new book. What I really like is once the library closes, I like being able to grab any book and start reading. It’s almost like literary heaven.

Tales of a 4th grade nothing, by Judy Blume. I wanted to have a little brother, like Fudge. Or maybe I wanted to be a little brother like Fudge.

The Hunt for Red October, by Tom Clancy. I liked it because I always wanted to be a naval officer, like my dad. I loved the fact that the book was realistic military fiction.

Lonesome Dove, by Larry McMurtry. I liked it so much because one, I loved the exposition; the setting, the characters, and it has one of my favorite antagonists of all time: an American Indian named Blue Duck. My mother made me read it, and said I couldn’t stop until I reached page 100. After that, for the next 700 pages, I couldn’t put it down.

The Hunt for Red October, or Lonesome Dove. Lonesome dove is a 6 part mini series.

After ISB, it’s up in the air. I may go to another school, or go to the private sector. When I wake up in the morning, I want to go to something that I really like. I want to be fired up in the morning to go to work.

“Do what you ought to, when you ought to do it”

Be excellent to each other-Bill and Ted

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