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Dr.  Mark  Hogue
Principal

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Principal and Director of Secondary Curriculum & Instruction

 EDUCATION 

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Kent State University, Mathematics and Statistics Education

      Dissertation: A Phenomenological Study of Mathematics Teacher Educators’ Experiences Related to and

                           Perceptions of Statistics   |   Dissertation Advisor: Dr. Anne Reynolds

Master of Education (M.Ed.), California University of Pennsylvania, Educational Administration  

Master of Education (M.Ed.), Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, Secondary Mathematics  

Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, Mathematics Education  

Graduate Coursework, Texas A& M University, Department of Statistics 

Superintendent Letter of Eligibility and Intermediate Unit Executive Director Certification, Westminster College

 

BIOGRAPHY 

Mark D. Hogue, Ph.D., is a 2001 graduate of Mohawk High School, Bessemer, PA. During high school, he was active in extracurricular initiatives, including numerous leadership positions as a class officer, president of Future Business Leaders of America, Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Program, and Peer Leaders. As the starting centerfielder of Mohawk’s varsity baseball team, he was named to the Section 1 AA First Team squad and also started four years for the Astro Falcons of the Youngstown Class “B” Baseball League. 

Following graduation from Mohawk, Hogue attended Slippery Rock University where he was the recipient of a mathematics education scholarship from the National Science Foundation and graduated summa cum laude in December, 2004. His Pennsylvania teaching certifications include elementary education, middle school mathematics and secondary mathematics. Immediately following his undergraduate education, he was employed for nine months in the Grove City Area School District where he was a full-time teacher at the Middle School and George Junior Republic. 

Dr. Hogue was subsequently hired by West Middlesex High School (WMHS) in the fall of 2005 and quickly assumed a leadership role in the high school’s mathematics department for over nine years. At WMHS he taught junior high school mathematics remediation courses, finance, academic algebra I, advanced algebra II, statistics, and calculus. He concurrently was an adjunct instructor through the University of Pittsburgh’s College in High School Program. During his tenure at WMHS, Hogue also developed mathematics curriculum, served as Advisor and Co-Advisor, respectively to both the school’s National Honor Society and Students for Charity, and acted as a faculty representative on the scholarship committee.  He obtained his principal certification from California University of Pennsylvania and also served in an administrative role at WMHS prior to his employment at Greenville High School (GHS). As a scholar, Hogue’s focus of interest is in quantitative research methodologies and reform-based statistics instruction.

In addition to his administrative duties at Greenville High School, Dr. Hogue assumes several additional leadership positions.  Hogue was recently named one of four members on the University of Pittsburgh's College in High School (CHS) Administrative Advisory Board.  In this role, Hogue seeks to advance CHS articulations to involve other subject areas within the College of Arts and Sciences while promoting the higher education benefits of the program.  Hogue is also an Executive Board Member of the Pennsylvania Council Teachers of Mathematics where he serves as the Annual Conference Treasurer. 

Dr. Hogue resides in New Wilmington, PA. On a personal level, he enjoys spending time with his family. He attends First Baptist Church in New Castle, PA. He also likes spending time outdoors, especially hunting whitetail deer during the archery and rifle seasons. Hogue looks forward to attending various events and functions at GHS, including the fine and performing arts, sporting and other student events.

 

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