Richard Randall earned his BA in Physics from the University at Buffalo. After graduation, he spent a year teaching American Studies and coaching lacrosse at Stockport Grammar School, a high school outside of Manchester, England. Upon returning to America, Mr. Randall earned his MSEd at Nazareth College and taught Regents Physics at Webster Central Schools for five years. Currently at Iroquois High School, Mr. Randall teaches Regents Physics, Advanced Placement(AP) Physics: Mechanics and Advanced Placement(AP) Physics: Electricity & Magnetism. While teaching physics for twenty years, he has also coached varsity through modified lacrosse, co-founded the Team America Rocketry Challenge(TARC) club, been a class adviser, and led student trips to Florida and Quebec. Mr. Randall is a member of The National Association of Rocketry (NAR), Science Teachers Association of New York (STANYS), and the Western New York Physics Teachers Alliance (WNYPTA). Outside of school, Mr. Randall is a member of the National Ski Patrol and coaches his two son's football, soccer, and lacrosse teams.