Future robotics engineers will likely look back on their technology teacher Andrew Skopp and remember the tremendous impact he had on their lives. They will remember his leadership as co-captain of the school's robotics team and the award he helped them win last year for Most Outstanding Robotic Design. They will remember his annual Summer Robotics Institute. Most of all, they will remember what they learned from his engaging method of teaching, and how much fun they had learning it. Future chess champions will probably remember him too-particularly the year 2005, when he helped them win first, second, third and fourth place in the citywide chess tournament. Regardless of what the future holds for his students, they will undoubtedly never forget the strong curricular background he provided for them and the technological skills he helped them develop. With over 1,000 students under his tutelage each year, Mr. Skopp is one outstanding teacher who is likely to be remembered far and wide. Mr. Skopp has also written grant allowing Austin Meehan Middle School To receive $1000's of dollars in funding to help support programs ranging from literacy to math, science and technology.
2006 West Chester University Educator 500 for years 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
2011 Computer BCIT (Business Computer Information Technology Certification)