My name is Dillion Armbruster to parents and Mister Armbruster to students. This is my nineteenth year at E.T. Booth – my fourteenth year in 7th grade, 3 years in 8th grade and 2 years in 6th. I was born and raised in a small town in Iowa whose claim to fame is being the future birthplace of a fictional character. Though I was born a Hawkeye, I went to school out west in Utah. I attended Brigham Young University, where I earned my BA in History and Political Science.
I also picked up a M.R. while at BYU, marrying the wonderful Mrs. Armbruster (a teacher at RM Moore Elementary), who happens to be a Georgia native and E.T. Booth Alumni. As well as being teachers for the Cherokee County School District, my wife and I are also parents to a ninth grader, Martin, and a seventh grader, Quintin.
During my time at E.T. Booth, I have earned a Master's degree in Middle School Education, worked with the afterschool and the bullying programs, been an active participate in the infamous Booth News Crew, hosted the school's Geography Bee, and coached the Academic Bowl Team.
I look forward to the new school year and continuing my involvement in the school's Veteran's Day program as well as coaching and mentoring the E.T. Booth Middle School's Robotics FIRST Lego League Teams.