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    Welcome to Mr. Wilke's Webpage
    6th Grade U.S. History to 1865 
    Mr. Wilke is a Sterling native who attended Seneca Ridge Middle School during the 2001-2002 school year. Sadly, he departed for River Bend when it opened  the following year and eventually Potomac Falls High School. Attending Longwood University, he graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in History: Social Science Secondary Education and a minor in Political Science.
    Mr. Wilke student taught in Amelia County, Richmond City, Prince William County, and his home Loudoun.  The middle school level was his primary focus and he is most experienced with teaching 6th and 7th grade students.
    Before working at SRMS in 2016, he was a substitute teacher at Dominion High School among many other LCPS locations. Mr. Wilke is proud to be a Thunderbolt again and looks forward to exploring the multifaceted themes surrounding United States History with his students.
    In his free time, Mr. Wilke enjoys watching the sports of baseball, hockey, football, and basketball and manages fantasy teams of all four.  He plays in an adult softball league once a week in the spring and fall and tries very hard not to pull or strain a muscle while doing so by remembering to stretch beforehand.  Collecting movies and music, attending live concerts, and spending time with his family occupies his time outside of Seneca Ridge.
    Mr. Wilke sponsors the Programming Club which meets every Wednesday after school and he proudly supports SRMS activities whenever he can.  Just make sure to let him know when and where an event is happening so he can arrive promptly.
    You may contact Mr. Wilke at any time via his email.



    This Day in History

    There are two locations that I will post information about homework and other assignments.  Those would be Google Classroom and ParentVUE.  Google Classroom will contain the actual assignments and needed materials while ParentVUE will be used to announce important upcoming dates. 
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Last Modified on September 6, 2019