Jason Mayle earned his BS in Secondary Education Biology along with his MSEd in Educational Computing from SUNY Buffalo State College. After ten years of teaching various subjects and levels in the Buffalo Public School district, he went back to SUNY Buffalo State College to secure a second certification in Physics Education. This allowed him to accept his current position as a Regents Physics and Regents Physics lab teacher at Hutchinson Central Technical High School in the City of Buffalo, which he has held for the past seven years. Throughout his career, Mr. Mayle has been involved with the Science Olympiad and his roles included coaching both at the high school and middle school level, being an event supervisor at both the middle and high school levels, and for five years coordinated the Lake Erie Niagara Region Middle Level Division. Most recently, Mr. Mayle is the site coordinator at Hutch Tech, for the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership grant through the University at Buffalo, which partners UB professors with classroom to teachers to engage in summer research projects. Mr. Mayle is a lifelong Buffalo Bills fan and enjoys sharing fun science facts with his wife and two children. As a new Master Teacher, Jason would like to gain more content knowledge as well as work as a mentor for new and pre-service teachers.