Welcome to my home page! My name is Heather Doncaster and I am very happy to be teaching here at Clark Middle School!
Here is a just a little info about me and where I came from. I grew up in the little town of Quincy Washington. I played tons of sports in high school and was lucky enough to get a
scholarship to play basketball and fastpitch softball at Wenatchee Valley College in Wenatchee WA. After two years of
school there I got recruited to play basketball for Northwest Nazarene University. I was also on the track team as a trower. One very fun thing I did while in college was I went on a 2
week mission trip to Mozambique Africa. It was the best 2 weeks of my life, especially when we with on a safari
and we almost got trampled by an elephant! :) But anyway, I graduated from NNU in 2001 with a degree in biology education and a minor in art education.
After college I got a teaching job at Waterville High School in Waterville WA. It was a very small school so I taught a wide variety of subjects. I taught Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Life
Science, and Agriculture. I was also the head girls basketball coach and FFA advisor. I was quite busy. I taught
there for two years then in 2003 I decided to move to the big city of Spokane WA. I subed in the Mead school district and I was the freshman basketball coach and throwing coach at
Mt. Spokane High School. I was there right up till the end of August 2004, then I moved to the great state of Alaska!
In addition to my job as a teacher, I am also the Volunteer Coordinator for the Alaska Zoo!