Film | Yearbook
Mr. Day is a 21st-century Renaissance Man who builds learning communities that unify and enrich society. He has taught various subjects including Math, English, Music, Film & Radio in high schools and middle schools In the L.A. area for the last 14 years. He currently teaches Film and Yearbook at NWC and is a Math teacher in the NWC+ program.
His classes have been described as ’adventures in self-discovery’ as he uses his varied talents in different ways to make learning both interesting and fun.
When he’s not teaching, Mr. Day is a dad, film composer, sound man and recording artist who has performed the Sarod (a nineteen stringed lute-like Indian Classical music instrument) in over 30 countries worldwide. His achievements include winning a scholarship to study music in India, founding an award-winning high school radio station, directing & performing in a show at the United Nations headquarters in NYC, and winning a Global Peace Award from the Global Peace Foundation.
Favorite Question: Who am I?
Favorite song lyric:
‘Oz never did give nothing to the Tin Man that he didn’t already know’ – America
Favorite Movie Quotes:
‘What you know you can’t explain but you can feel it’ (The Matrix)
‘May the force be with you’ (Star Wars)