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Herndon High School Teacher Releases Memoir About 32 Years in the Classroom

by RestonNow.com August 25, 2017 at 10:15 am 2 Comments

Doug Graney’s 32-year teaching career is the topic of his new memoir, “American Teacher,” now available.

After starting his career teaching in Connecticut and upstate New York, Graney came to Herndon High School as a social studies teacher in 1992.

Graney has been honored with awards including Herndon Optimist Club Teacher of the Year (1997), Virginia Education Association Excellence in Teaching Award (2007), Horace Mann Teacher of the Year/Finalist for National Education Association Excellence in Teaching Award (2008), Dulles Area Chamber of Commerce Educator of the Year (2011) and Virginia Veterans of Foreign Wars Teacher of the Year (2014). He became a National Board Certified Teacher in 2003, and his certification was renewed in 2013.

According to publisher Mascot Books:

“American Teacher” details Doug Graney’s journey to becoming a celebrated teacher at Herndon High School. Following a career packed with political and historical field trips, holding government officials accountable including Colin Powell, Sandra Day O’Connor and many members of congress, generating spirited debate, and creating the largest congressional intern placement program in the country, “American Teacher” is the story of a man dedicated to his students and their education, no matter what.

Graney’s book can be purchased through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

  • RestonAssurance

    I look forward to reading this book!

  • Tammi Petrine

    Spectacular achievements!!! Learning by doing and guidance by a mentor/educator is the best way to instill confidence, dignity and respect. Your role in inspiring others to do great things can never be underestimated. Thank you, Mr. Graney, for sharing your wisdom with our students! Lucky Herndon High School!!!


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