Paul Miller

Paul Miller said good experiences with his own teachers at Buffalo Center led him to be an educator. Other needs, however, led him away from teaching. Ultimately, he returned to his calling.

Good experiences with his teachers while a student at Buffalo Center guided Paul Miller into teaching. What he thought his life needed, led him out of it. Now, at 56, he has realized that teaching was his true calling.

Miller is the sixth grade science and middle school math teacher at South Hardin Middle School in Hubbard. But teaching, Miller thought, wasn’t enough. When he realized it was, he came back to the only district he’s really known as an educator. He spent one year at New Market, then taught at E-NP from 1988 to 1995 before earning his business degree and working as a Medicare auditor for five years.

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