• Name: Kevin Pulley
     
    Room Number(s): 105A
    Subject(s):
    *Intro TV 1/2
    *Advanced TV 3/4
    *TV/Radio Production/Internship
    *African American Humanities
     
     
     
     About Mr. Pulley
     
    A love for television, radio, and history has guided Mr. Pulley's passion for teaching students about the importance of engaging in our world with a well-informed perspective.  Mr. Pulley joined the Carnahan High School staff in 2006.  Mr. Pulley's Television and Radio classes are part of the St. Louis Public Schools Department of Career and Technical Education (CTE).
     
    Mr. Pulley, is also teaching a new course at Carnahan HIgh School this year: African American Humanities.
     

    This course studies the development of the African-American race from its African origins through the oppression of slavery and the struggle for civil rights into present day events, people, and policies. This course will place emphasis on African-American resiliency, talent, and social, political and economic impacts. Students will have the opportunity to develop cultural pride and appreciation while becoming conscious about contemporary issues facing African-Americans. Open to 12th grade students.

     

     

     
    Prior to teaching at Carnahan, Mr. Pulley was a teacher at Carr Lane Middle School and also hosted a local radio show for 10 years.  Mr. Pulley currently coaches baseball and softball at Carnahan. An avid sports fan and author of the book Blackball: the story of black baseball (1996), Mr. Pulley has also coached football and girls basketball at Carnahan High School.