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Arch Grieve

Social Studies Teacher at The Dayton Regional STEM School

Arch Grieve is a Social Studies Teacher at the Dayton Regional STEM School. He began working at DRSS in 2010, teaching World History and Economics for five years before becoming Community Outreach Director from 2015-2017. Arch went back to the classroom in the 2017/18 school year and currently teaches 8th Grade US History, Government, and two Political Science courses through Wright State’s College Credit Plus Program. Arch is a graduate of Wright State University and completed his teacher licensure at the University of Dayton. Arch is an advisor for DRSS's chapter of the Dayton Junior Council on World Affairs. He has presented at a number of conferences on a range of topics, including integrated units, project-based learning, and teaching controversial issues. He received the "Emerging Leader" award from the Ohio Council for the Social Studies in 2013 and served as Vice President of the Xenia School Board in 2015 while completing his Master of Arts in International and Comparative Politics, also at Wright State. Currently, Arch serves as the Treasurer for the Dayton Sister City Committee and on the board of the Dayton Council on World Affairs. Arch enjoys traveling, learning to play the guitar and mandolin, and practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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