Stu Chapman recognized for his recent induction into Harford County Public Schools Educators Hall of Fame.

    WHEREAS, Stu Chapman’s teaching career started in Harford County began  in 1973 as a Biology teacher at Havre de Grace High School, where he taught both Biology and Chemistry for 10 years; and

    WHEREAS, Stu Chapman eventually left Havre de Grace High School, and accepted positions as the Planetarium Teacher for 14 years, Harford Tech biology, chemistry and physics teacher and closed out his Harford County Public Schools (HCPS) teaching career as a chemistry teacher at the Aberdeen High School Science and Mathematics Academy for 9 years; and

    WHEREAS, Stu Chapman, throughout his teaching career maintained a level of passion and commitment to his students- always starting each class with something to engage the students, and often ending the class in a song; and

    WHEREAS, Stu Chapman “never felt as though teaching was a job”, still teaches for HCPS as a substitute teacher, as well as an adjunct professor at Harford Community College; and

    WHEREAS,  on June 17, 2019- the Harford County Board of Education inducted Havre de Grace resident and former Havre de Grace High School teacher- Stu Chapman into the Harford County Public School Hall of Fame,

    NOW, THEREFORE, I, William T. Martin, Mayor of the City of Havre de Grace along with the Havre de Grace City Council Members congratulate Stu Chapman on his recent induction into the Harford County Public School Hall of Fame, and his commitment to our students and our community.