Project MEGSSS employs a highly qualified faculty, including the following instructors:
Program Manager, Warren Clark
Mr. Clark serves as our Elements Program Manager, available to help with student or parent concerns. He holds a teaching certificate in middle and high-school mathematics, and has experience working with gifted, challenged, and challenging students. Previously, he used his math skills working as an architect. Mr. Clark received his engineering and architectural degrees from Kansas University. He lives in an old house in Webster Groves and enjoys cooking and gardening. Following English, math is his second favorite language.
Dr. Doug Hunt
Dr. Hunt teaches various classes in the curriculum. Besides teaching for us, he runs the St. Louis-area division of the IMACS math and computer enrichment program for elementary-school students, and teaches in the math department at Lindenwood University.
Ms. Adrienne Hunt
Ms. Hunt has a B.A. from the University of Chicago, where she studied developmental psychology. She is also a MEGSSS alumna herself. In addition to teaching first-year Logic, she has taught Puzzles and Programming over the summer, as well as elementary-level computer programming classes at IMACS. In her spare time, she enjoys solving crossword puzzles and playing with her cat.
Mrs. Jeanne Ra