Meet Todd Prunty – Fort Madison Middle School

Todd Prunty is a teacher for special needs at the Fort Madison Middle School. Originally, Mr. Prunty is from Keokuk, Iowa. Mr. Prunty attended Southeastern Community College and Iowa Weslyan in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. His degree is in American History and Instructional Strategies.

In his free time, Todd Prunty enjoys reading about World War 1, pickleball, paintball, and painting. His favorite book is Back to the Front. Additionally, his favorite movie is The Blind Side. He is currently trying to eat more stir fry, but Italian is also a contender for his favorite food. His favorite vacation(s) are to the Ozarks, the panhandle of Florida, or San Diego.

Mr. Prunty at the front of the classroom!

Currently in the classroom, his students are learning about improving their personal qualities, reading vocabulary, especially in connection with social skills and social language. They are also doing some story problems in math to be well-rounded socially and academically. The students are also learning about regulating emotions and being a positive role model and part of the community.

Mr. Prunty has been the sponsor of Drama Club at the middle school years. Due to the pandemic, he has put that activity on pause, in hopes that it will come back, even virtually for the students. Mr. Prunty’s goal for his students is improvement in all social interactions.

What Is Your Favorite Thing About Your Job/The District?

“I like the way we support the students when they need guidance to master skills. We offer google meets, one on one assistance and we share the frustration with the community on the realities of the virtual learning times,” said Mr. Prunty.

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