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Mr.  Bennett  Murphy
Drivers Education/Head Football Coach/Tennis Coach
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Education

Educational Specialist Degree: Administration Lincoln Memorial University 2008

Masters Degree: Union College Educational Administration 2006

Bachelor of Science University of the Cumberlands History/ Computer Information Systems 1991

A+ Computer certified

 



Experience

Education:

1992-94 IN School Suspension Teacher Chuckey Doak High School

1994-96 In School Suspension Teacher Doak Elementary School

1996-2005 American History Teacher Chuckey Doak High School

2005-06 Computer Science Teacher Chuckey Doak High School

2006-2012 Technology Support Teacher Chuckey Doak High School

2012-2013 World Geography Teacher Chuckey Doak Middle School

2013-present Drivers Education Teacher Chuckey Doak High School

Athletic:

1992-2002 Assistant Football Coach Chuckey Doak High School

2003-2011 2013-present Head Football Coach Chuckey Doak High School

1997-present Head Tennis Coach Chuckey Doak High School



Bio

Ben Murphy was born in Lincoln Ne and has lived in various places throughout his life. He went to high school at Sarasota Riverview in Florida. After graduation he attended Cumberland College (University of Cumberlands) Ky. He played football and majored in History getting his Bachelor of Science in 1991. He was twice an all conference and all area pick in college.

   Mr Murphy then coached football for one year at Tusculum College in Greeneville Tn. He then joined Greene County Schools as a coach and teacher. He has coached several All State players and was the head coach during the most successful span of football in school history. He has also been highly successful in tennis going to the state tournament 3 times and coaching the top 5 girls in terms of wins in school history and an undefeated girls team.

    Mr Murphy has 4 children Chris, Corlette, Lynette, and Jordan. He enjoys movies, dining out, working out and exploring new towns and venues.

    " An old coach once told me that you may never win a state title, but you will live in the community with most of these boys one day, how do you want them to be a member of your community? I try to teach my boys to become responsible and hard working young men. Hopefully the lessons on the field and in the classroom will carry over into their lives. "