Teaching was not always the plan for Navarre High School’s (NHS) Teacher of the Year, Ian Turoff, when he was choosing his career.
The original plan was to be a veterinarian. Turoff got his bachelor’s degree in agriculture at University of Florida.
“I was pre-vet, so I had all the science teaching classes,” he said.
He jokes that he deals with animals everyday now.
When he didn’t get into vet school, he decided to take a slightly different route – he moved to North Carolina and worked as a food processor, killing chickens.
Read the full article in the Oct. 22 issue of the Navarre Press.