About Mr. Tull

Mr. Tull is in his 12th year at Northview High School. He has been teaching mainly technology courses with a little bit of physical education as well. He graduated from Hope College with a BA in Communications in 1990. He worked at WOOD TV Channel 8 for three years as a production assistant. While there he earned his teaching certificate from Aquinas College and also met his wife Sara.

His first teaching job was in Rochester Public School as an elementary physical education teacher. During this time he completed his Masters in Technology from Michigan State University. He enjoys coaching the sports of golf and basketball. He coached the freshmen boys basketball team for eight years and is the current Boys JV basketball coach.  He also coaches as Varsity assistant in boys Tennis and Varsity assistant is boys Golf.  He is also the web master for the NHS web site and is responsible for working with students to web stream events from the district online.

He has been happily married for 17 fabulous years to a Northview graduate (Sara Stukkie ‘89) and is the proud father of four boys. Casey is sixteen and is a junior and Josh is fourteen and a freshmen.  Adam and Alex are 8th graders at Crossroads Middle School.  The family also includes a golden retriever, “Sadie”, and a cat named “Abby.”

In his spare time Mr. Tull loves to play with his kids, exercise, and take his wife out for a dinner and a movie. His favorite sports include windsurfing, wakeboarding, tennis, golf, sailing, baseball and basketball. Mr. Tull is a huge movie buff and he is not afraid to say he has gone to movies alone that his wife chooses not to see. She a chick-flick lover. His favorite movies include Braveheart, Gladiator, Last of the Mohicans, Rocky I, the Bourne Supremacy series, Lord of the Rings, The Greatest Game Ever Played, and anything with Jim Carrey or Jack Black.

In Mr. Tull’s classes you are expected to work hard, listen and stay positive. Attendance is extremely important during the semester. Seek seminar help as needed if you fall behind. It can be tough to catch up if you miss class.

Thanks for visiting.

Go Cats!

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