Though Chuck Woodward retired from teaching high school in 1993, he continued to teach computer technology to adults for the Aurora District. He has co-authored a book about Lowry, a former air force base that is being redeveloped into a modern urban community. Before he began his teaching career, Mr. Woodward had been in business for a number of years. At Gateway High School in Aurora, he taught psychology and United States history to 11th and 12th grade students and developed the community Help Study Program in which juniors and seniors receive school credit for helping the community through volunteer work. In addition to being involved in writing the new outcome-based curriculum for the district, he expanded the U.S. History Honors Program and assisted in creating a peer counseling program class for students returning to school from drug and alcohol treatment. Mr. Woodward introduced computer technology to the social science department at Gateway High School and taught after-school computer classes to faculty throughout the district.
1961 University of Colorado, B.A. Denver University M.A.