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    Mr. Ingram
    Name: Marc Anthony Ingram
    Email: marc.ingram@slps.org
    Online Office Hours: 9:55 am -11:25 am
    Room Number(s): 221
    Subject(s): American History / Psychology / African American Studies/ Boys & Girls Head Soccer Coach
    Building Phone: 314-776-6040 
     
     
     

    About Me:

    My name is Mr. Marc Anthony Ingram and I am from University City, Missouri, where I lived most of my life.
    My mom is a Saint Louisan, and my father is from Kingston, Jamaica. My father being from Jamaica gives
    me a great connection with my ancestral roots, which encouraged me to become a historian. I graduated
    from University City High School May of 2001, and attended Talladega College in Alabama for a year.
    After attending Talladega for a year, I chose to come back home and pursue a career in Computers. I
    graduated from Vatterrot College with an Associates degree in Web Design and Multimedia Application Development. I worked with my brother, who at the time had a Technology business named Technical
    Solutions I, Inc. Here I worked with Nelly and other business associates for a couple of years. After
    working with my brother, I decided I wanted a career change, and me being very interested in history
    I chose to attend Harris Stowe State University to become a high school history teacher. There I would
    receive my Bachelors in Secondary Education with an emphasis on Social Studies. I have worked for
    Saint Louis Public Schools and University City School District as a substitute. 2014 was my first year as a classroom teacher at the historic Sumner High School. My second year of teaching was a new beginning
    here at Roosevelt High School. I'm excited to be a Rough Rider again this year and help better serve my community!

     

    HAPPY SUMMER VACATION!

    Dear Parents and Students,

    The last day of school brings summer vacation, the closing of one door and the opening of another. I want to thank each student for all the warmth, memories, and the learning we have shared this school year. To my students, I say THANK YOU! For when I teach, I also learn. This past year has been very challenging, and we have grown together. A little bit of each of you will always be with me. Always strive to be the BEST that you can be.

    To the parents, I say THANK YOU for allowing me to be your child’s teacher. It has been a wonderful and rewarding year for me.

    Love Always,

     

    Mr. Ingram