Ray Rice



530-268-3700 ext. 4626


Education: Graduated BS degree Summa Cum Laude from the University of Oregon in Eugene, Journalism and Communications major, Electronic Media Production emphasis. Elected to both Phi Beta Kappa and Golden Key National Honors Societies. MA in English and Film, University of Oregon. Secondary Teaching Credential (English and Journalism), Boise State University; California Single Subject credential in English. Preliminary Administrative Credential, CSU Sacramento. State of Oregon Administrative Credential.

Experience: I have several years of teaching experience in English and Language Arts ranging from middle school, through high school, adult school classes and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. I have done sole curriculum authorship and teaching of ENG-9H, ENG-10H and Film theory and Production (VAPA). All courses are 10 credits and have been approved through UC College Board for high school credits. Most recently, I rewrote and had approved the ENG2X class to be designated 2H here at Bear River. I also wrote and taught a grades 9-12 Creative Writing course. I was awarded the “Team Teacher of the Year” honors by the Placer School for Adults (2008). I have published a 150+page MA thesis and an article in the Journal of American Folklore (2004). In addition, I have written a 100 page annotated research paper, a 120 page production ready screenplay and a documentary video based on “Traditional Irish Ceili Dancing”. My first fiction novel, Time in a Bottle: the Resonance, was published and released for sale in 2011 on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.



English 2H             

English 1



Great Expectations,



Romeo and Juliet,


Heroes, Gods and Monsters

Of Mice and Men

To Kill a Mockingbird,



All is Quiet on the Western Front,

The Hobbit and miscellaneous short stories and nonfiction texts

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