Brian Hoesly was named a WDHA Teacher Who Rocks for his dedication and excellence as an educator. Hoesly earned his Master of Arts in Teacher with a concentration in Social Studies and Special Education in 2015 from the College of Education and Human Services at Montclair State University and is a 9th-10th grade special education teacher at Randolph High School.
Hoesly was nominated for the award by his co-teacher Kristen Maus, stating that he is “The quintessential model of a talented teacher who contributes greatly to the success of students at Randolph High School. Though he’s only taught for four years, Mr. Hoesly’s teaching methods are methodical and well-versed. He is willing to try endless methods and lessons to reach the needs of his students. Hoesly currently co-teaches world and U.S. History classes in addition to AP Seminar, acting as both an advocate instructor for special education students, as well as a master of the history curriculum.”
The WDHS Teachers Who Rock annual class is hosted by WDHA 105.5 “The Rock of New Jersey” radio station, and recognizes up to 24 outstanding teachers for their service.