November 3, 1950
I am currently an Instructor in the Teacher Education Program at Bridgewater College. In June, 2012, I retired from being Director of Math and Technology for Rockingham County Public Schools, a position I held for 23 years. I joined the Teacher Education Program faculty of Bridgewater College in August, 2012. I will retire from this position after the 2016-17 school year.
Mathematics education and the integration of technology into instruction.
Playing tennis, riding bicycles, watching sports on tv, visiting with our children, playing with our grandchildren, traveling
Lynn Hanger Hill, my wonderful wife of 40+ years, born 7/25/1952
Ann Cook Hill, our oldest daughter, born 4/26/1977
Josh Gutshall, born 9/1/1977, Ann’s husband
Henry Hill Gutshall, born 11/9/2004, our first grandson
Augustus (Gus) Bowman Gutshall, born 2/2/2007, our second grandson
Elizabeth (Betsy) Allen Gutshall, born 9/30/2009, our first granddaughter
Frederick (Freddie) Hanger Gutshall, born 12/10/2013, our fourth grandson
Kay Henry Hill, our second daughter, born 7/27/1980
Andy Foy, born 9/3/1978, Kay’s husband
Thomas Henry Foy, born 8/5/2010, our third grandson
Georgia Carolynn Foy, born 9/14/2012, our second granddaughter
James Lynn Hill, our son, born 6/20/1983
Morgan Stanfill Hill, born 8/31/1983, Jim’s wife
Faron William Hill, born 6/4/2015, our fifth grandson
Coen Stanfill Hill, born 1/19/2017, our sixth grandson
West Virginia University, where I earned a couple of degrees and Lynn got her master’s
Longwood College, Lynn’s undergraduate degree
Mary Washington College, Ann’s undergraduate degree
North Carolina Central, Ann’s master’s degree
Georgia Tech, Kay’s undergraduate degree
George Mason Law School, Kay’s law school degree
Virginia Tech, Jim’s undergraduate and graduate degrees
Bridgewater College, where I am now employed as an Instructor in the Teacher Education Program
As of April, 2016, I have a Flickr website that has over 23,000 pictures of family, all arranged by date and event. To view this site, you must get an invitation from me via Flickr and you must obtain a (free) Flickr account. If you will send me an e-mail at email@example.com I will send you this invitation. Nearly all of these pictures are in the 2000 – 2017 time frame. I am gradually transitioning from my previous website (http://webfc.rockingham.k12.va.us/~jhill) to this Flickr site. The pictures are much easier to view on the Flickr site.
Bramwell WV where I grew up
Central United Methodist Church in Staunton where we attend and whose website I maintain
Valley of Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics which I’ve belonged to for 30+ years and whose website I maintain
Fort Defiance High School Boys Tennis 2002, a website I created over a decade ago to celebrate the high school tennis careers of Jim and his teammates. Nostalgic fun now.
Rockingham County Public Schools, where I previously worked.
My playlist of 50+ YouTube screencasts I’ve created and posted during 2013 and 2014 for my Bridgewater College classes.
Lasagna from Sal’s Restaurant in Edinburg VA, hot dogs, most any kind of fruit pie, golden delicious apples
Favorite TV Shows:
College football and basketball games, especially those with WVU. Go Mountaineers!
I have worked in the field of Education for over 44 years, including 17 as a classroom teacher and 23 as a Supervisor/Director of Math & Technology. I taught at Morgantown High School, Morgantown WV for 9 years, at Turner Ashby High School, Rockingham County, for 2 years, then at Fort Defiance High School, Augusta County, for 6 years. I came to Rockingham County as Supervisor of Math and Technology in 1989 and retired as Director of Math and Technology on June 30, 2012. After being an adjunct instructor at Bridgewater College for 17 years, I became a full time instructor in the Teacher Education Program in fall, 2012.
Lynn and I are very much enjoying our empty nest. We enjoy eating out, watching tv together, riding bicycles (click here to see a list of over 50 bike trails we have ridden on), and taking some great trips. But nothing makes us happier than to see our children and grandchildren. Lynn will retire from her job as an ELL teacher with Rockingham County Public Schools after the 2016-17 school year, too.