Mansfield Center Advisory Board
Secondary Education and U.S. History
Over the past decade Cameron Johnson has been fortunate enough to enjoy a varied and rewarding path in education. As a classroom teacher he has been a part of a small interdisciplinary faculty at an under 200 student K-12 school in the ski resort community of Big Sky, Montana; taught as part of a vibrant and exciting interdisciplinary program that married English language arts and social studies content known as "American Studies;" served as a teacher-leader and International Baccalaureate DP Coordinator; and currently serves as an assistant principal, IB Coordinator for 1200 students at Big Sky High School in Missoula, Montana. When not at school Cameron and his wife, Hatton Littman, are passionate outdoor enthusiasts and participate in a variety of recreational activities including: rock and ice climbing, downhill and Nordic skiing, surfing, and mountain biking.