Mr. Robert Schaberg - 6th Grade
I have a sixth grade homeroom, and I teach sixth, seventh and eighth grade Science. I am a Peer Mediation Moderator as well as a Safety Patrol Moderator. I also teach the Old Testament and Social Studies.
I have taught at All Saints School for over 30 years. I appreciate the welcoming spirit and good work of the teachers, students, principal and staff, priests, and parents/guardians at All Saints.
I graduated from Duchesne High School, and went to Rockhurst College for one year. I received an A.B. Degree from St. Louis University, and a Ph.D. in history from St. Louis University, where I wrote a doctoral dissertation on Joseph Priestley, (the discoverer of oxygen). I have also taken courses at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and the St. Charles Community College.
I enjoy learning and I have always tried to keep learning. My view of teaching is that the students and I are fellow learners in the great enterprise of learning, and that we learn from each other. I also try to help students learn good study skills so they are able to learn well on their own. School is the place to learn how to learn.
I enjoy reading, and I like to read about history, science, and other subjects. I have also been a runner for over 27 years.