Drumline of percussion instruments usually played as part of a musical marching ensemble.
Contact

(540) 946-7700 ext. 249

kglass@fishburne.org

Office

Hobby-Hudgins Hall
Room: Library Computer Lab

CLASSES \ RESPONSIBILITIES

IT Administration
Computer Applications
Tech Skills DE
Computer Science
3D Modeling
Design Advanced Technology

Academic Cadre

SGT Kenneth J. Glass USA (RET)

IT Manager and Technology Instructor

Boys will always be boys, but here you are given the chance to truly belong to a brotherhood. My proudest moments are watching you transition into young men, ready to step out into the world, and make something of yourselves. You will have to shift your point of view of the world because Fishburne requires you to earn everything rather than expect it to be given freely. It will be worth it in the end. 

As an instructor, I love being at Fishburne and the subjects I teach; which means I never work a day in my life. Fishburne allows teachers to utilize their freedom to teach best manners possible for each person. The small class sizes allow teachers and students a lot more time for one-on-one instruction and coaching.

CREDENTIALS
I hold a Bachelor of Science in IT with a concentration in Information System Security along with a Master in Information Science from the University of Phoenix. I proudly served in the U.S. Army in the military police corps and completed three deployments including two in Iraq and one in Afghanistan.

INTERESTS
Computers and music are my two passions in life. I love to compose and perform music. In my free time, I volunteer with the Staunton High School Marching Band and at Augusta Correctional Center with one of the faith groups. You also will find me programming small programs that run natively on multiple systems. 

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Kenneth’s FAVORITES
  • Favorite Valley destination

    Sherando Lake

  • Superpower I wish I had

    Self-healing

  • Best book ever written

    War and Peace by Tolstoy

  • Sports team you hate

    All of them

  • Favorite music

    Oldies and opera

  • Best thing about teaching:

    Watching cadets learn just what computers and 3D printers are capable of.