My name is Andrew Keltner. This is my 15th year teaching middle school math. I have been married to my wife (Michelle) for 15 years and we have a daughter (named Kodie) who started Kindergarten in Owen this year. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with family, strategic board games, logic puzzles, fantasy football, disc golf, and video games. I am definitely not a nerd.
I am the Agriculture Teacher at MBMS. My passion for is to teach youth about the food and fiber industry while gaining an appreciation for agriculture in their everyday lives.
I am a Wife and mother. I also enjoy spending time with family and friends.
My name is Samuel Chapman and I attended Owen County from K-12 and got my degree from Eastern Kentucky University. I am a huge Bengals, Rockets, Bearcats, Minnesota Wild, Reds, and Liverpool fan! I also enjoy painting miniatures (Warhammer 40K) and playing basketball in my free time. I also enjoy cooking on my blackstone.
Reading is my passion and I aspire to share it with my students. I love any read that makes me think- mysteries, true crime, classics, satire- anything I must analyze. My hope is to teach students to analyze the world in which we live, purse knowledge, solve problems, and better our world. Go Rebels!
My name is Logan Fields and I am your 8th Grade Science Teacher. I was born and raised in a small place called Van Lear within the Appalachian Mountains of Eastern KY. Upon graduating from Johnson Central High School in 2013, I found myself at Morehead State University studying Neuroscience out of an equal love for and interest in the biological and psychological aspects of the brain and how it learns. After earning my degree I spent a few years working in research laboratories as a technician and for a few years after that Emergency Rooms as a medical scribe. While working these jobs it became apparent to me that I was obsessed with not only learning, but the process of how we learn as teaching a colleague about something I was doing was the most incredible feeling. Then one day I heard from a doctor that in order for him to do his job most effectively he had to believe that every single person he came across was of infinite potential. That idea has been seared into my memory and approach to life, and ultimately was how I realized that I wanted to enter the classroom as an educator. I wholeheartedly believe in every single person I meet and love that I have the opportunity to encourage them towards tapping into this infinite potential that they do have. I want to extend to kids every bit of empathy that they need. I want to provide an answer to the best of my abilities to every single curiosity they care to share with me. I want to do my part in contributing to the success of those who are also invested in this community and will be for life. If I can do any of this, I feel that I will be doing alright, but the goal is to do all of this and more if it is needed.