• First Soccer Practice  



    About Mr. Ewing

    Hello Gator Class of 2021 and welcome to your "virtual" room, C-12!


          I am excited to be returning to John Green Elementary following an awesome/different 2019/2020 school year. I feel very blessed to have received the Dublin USD 2020 Teacher of the Year Award, and I will continue to try my best to create the classroom environment that was so kindly recognized.

     It was another wonderful year at the most amazing school around.

     I can’t wait to meet all of you and learn about/from each and every one of you.  I want to give you

    all a little background about who I am.  I grew up in Connecticut and moved to California in 1999.  My

    wife and I currently have three children; a 15 year old boy named Connor who goes to Amador High School in Pleasanton, 

    Kai, who is now 9 years old and full of spunk and life. He will be at Green as a fourth grader, and  Delilah rounds out the family as our little 6 year old princess.
    She will be attending Green as a second grader. 
    We live in Pleasanton and love helping out in our neighborhood and community. 
    Since I was able to get on my two feet, soccer has been a big part of my life. I have coached competitive soccer for
    the past 21 years.  Last year I stepped away from the competitive side of coaching, and focused on coaching my daughter and son at the rec.
    level.  It was very rewarding and I will be doing the same this upcoming season.
    I love to pass on my passion for living an active lifestyle and my
    appreciation for the outdoors. Some other enjoyments of mine are; snowboarding, backpacking,
    reading/learning, and spending time outside with my family. Also I helped found our Green Gator
    Gardeners in 2010 and our Green Team (recycling) in 2014.  I am looking forward to having new Gators getting dirty and learning about
    plants and gardening and developing a love for growing their own food (organically!).
    Last year my class and Ms. Battershell's class participated in the Ocean Plastic Pollution Summit. We launched a schoolwide action project to reduce our use of single use plastic water bottles, while making the student body and parental community aware of the marine plastic pollution crisis our planet faces. It was very rewarding for all those involved.
    We look forward to creating another action project based on improving our local/global environment.
    I have a Bachelor in Science with an environmental studies focus from Humboldt State, and received my teaching

    credential from there in 2007. I am a Nationally Licensed Youth Soccer coach through the NSCAA.

    Mission For The Class					
    In the classroom, on the playground, and in the community, I have high expectations for our 
    students. I look for best effort, a positive attitude, being an active member of our learning community,
    and personal responsibility for learning. I want our students to be enthusiastic, confident, inquisitive,
    and independent learners. Parent-student-teacher collaboration is also very important toward the success of the student; my door
    is always open.
Last Modified on September 3, 2020