Weber, Mr. Kent
Mr. Kent Weber grew up in a small eastern Illinois town, Cissna Park, which is a great deal like Mazon. Kent grew up on a dairy farm for the first twenty two years with five bothers and a sister before he began teaching. He married Margi they have two young men, Lane and Peyton. Mr. Weber currently teaches Introduction to Agriculture, Agriculture Science, Agricultural Mechanics, and Welding. He started teaching at Mazon High School in 1988. He moved to Seneca in the fall of 1989. The highlight of his teaching career is the consolidation of Seneca and Mazon High Schools in 1990 which brought many great students and families together.
Mr. Weber completed his B.S. degree from Illinois State University in 1988 in Agriculture Education. He began teaching and started his masters program at the University of Illinois. He completed his degree in Agriculture Education in 1992. Since then he has taken classes every summer from Southern Illinois University or Western Illinois University. As one of two FFA advisors, keeping busy with 150 FFA members and the 150 different FFA activities that they participate in, is a full time job in itself. Mr. Weber is able to visit many of the homes and work sites of our students, were they excel and are role models for people around them. Additionally, he is also one of two Student Council Advisors that are responsible for all Homecoming and Prom Activities. He enjoys this aspect of teaching because he gets the chance to see students socializing with an adult attitude.
As a family they spend any time available doing outdoor activities. He also makes sure to spend two weeks a year fishing with his family in Wisconsin and Canada.
|2019 - 2020 School Year Schedule|
|A Day||B Day|
|1A||Intro to Ag/Ag Science||1B||Welding|
|3A||Intro to Ag/Ag Science||3B||Prep|
|4A||Ag Mechanics||4B||Ag Mechanics|