I'm pretty sure he spent 2 out of the 180 something days of school actually teaching. Other than that, he'll give you test answers and talk about the Trenton Roasted Nuts. It's like a study hall
He's the kind of teacher you would want if you already know a lot about history. But if you come in without knowing anything... be prepared to hear many long stories... yeah boy!
I had Ray Clark back in 1977-1978, He was a Mr. Kotter Type, but with the Sports Twist. I did get somethings from him. He is a Students Teacher. He will always be remembered.
he never teaches, but if asked correctly he WILL give you all the answers on your test....dont ask him what the answer is, ask him what it isnt....he'll tell ya
Mr. Clark is a teacher with a wonderful personality and fun to listen to but he lacks teaching history. Half the time, he talks about his personal life...
i love not learning about everything but history and watching war movies
I thought his class was awesome because you dont have to do anything, but then when tests come around it shows how little he taught, .... aka info about basketball isnt tested on in history