High School: Math and Science

Rick Streeter

Mr. Streeter started teaching in 1989 and has been teaching for 36 years and spent 31 of those years with VISD. He has a paramedic background and also worked with severe at-risk students at Mitchell Guidance Center. 

Eager to bring secondary students into the twenty-first century using a unique combination of education experience coupled with 23 years as a paramedic, both active and teaching, and 36 years of public school service.

  • Holds a BS Ed in Chemistry
  • Licensed Texas Paramedic
  • Dedicated to enthusiastic and dynamic teaching as a means of creating and nurturing a lifelong love of knowledge in students.

Education, Honors, and Certifications

BS Ed. Chemistry

Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, TX  1984

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Member

Provisional Certifications

Texas Teacher 6-12 Chemistry

Texas Teacher 6-12 Physical Science

Texas Teacher 6-12 Government

Texas Licenses


Emergency Medical Services Instructor  (EMSI)


  • Science Teacher, Stroman, Memorial and West High Schools, Mitchell Guidance Center, East High School Victoria Ind. School Dist.  August 1989 until Present Pre-AP & AP Chemistry, Pre-AP & Academic Physics, Pre-AP & Academic Integrated Physics and Chemistry, Biology, Government, Asst. Tennis Coach
  • Home Bound Instructor, Gonzales Ind. School Dist. August 1988 - May 1989.
  • Computer Teacher, Cotulla Junior High, Cotulla Ind. School Dist.  August 1985 -  May 1988
  • Science Teacher, Lockhart High School, Lockhart Ind. School Dist. August 1984 – May 1985 Pre-AP Chemistry, Chemistry, Physical Science

Key Qualifications

Certified in Secondary Chemistry, Physical Sciences, and Government.

Certified in Emergency Medical Services Instruction including Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry, Pharmacology, Biology, and Neurology.

Plan and instruct each subject area using wide variety of teaching aids, motivational and implementation strategies to engage students in active learning.

Incorporate learning modality principles into classroom and individual instruction. Develop and conduct inter-curricular activities.

Implement technological approaches to subject material. Research educational resources on the Internet. Assist with information retrieval.