• Welcome Guest to Mr. Fekete's Internet Home at Woodland High School

    Crossing the German-Austrian border

     
    Please be aware that during this time of both At-Home and At-School learning, WHS students and faculty will follow this daily schedule:

     

     

    Monday/Tuesday

    Students A-M

    On Campus

    Wednesday

    All Students

    Work Remotely

    Thursday/Friday

    Students N-Z

    On Campus

    8:15 - 9:15

    1st Period

    (PACK TV)

    Independent Work

    1st Period

    (PACK TV)

    9:20 - 10:10

    2nd Period

    (Homeroom)

    Independent Work

    2nd Period

    (Homeroom)

    10:15 – 11:05

    3rd Period

    Independent Work

    3rd Period

    11:10 – 12:30

    4th Period/Lunch

    Independent Work

    Lunch

    4th Period/Lunch

    12:35- 1:25

    5th Period

    Independent Work

    5th Period

    1:30 - 2:20

    6th Period

    Independent Work

    6th Period

    2:25 - 3:15

    7th Period

    Independent Work

    7th Period


    Teacher Name:
    David Fekete
    School Email Address:
    My Daily Schedule:
    Period 1: Plan Hour
    Period 2: Physical Science
    Period 3: Forensic Science
    Period 4: Study Skills
    Period 5: Physical Science
    Period 6: Physical Science (Co-Taught with Mrs. Barnes)

    Period 7: Physical Science (Co-Taught with Mrs. Barnes)
     
     
     
     Extracurricular Involvement:
    Gaming Club, Academic Team
     

     
    Hi there, and welcome!
     
    Greetings parents, students, and visitors!
     
     My name is David Fekete. The 2020-2021 school year is my fourteenth year at Woodland High School. Here's a little information about me. If you need to contact me throughout the school year, please refer to the e-mail address listed on this page. Thanks for taking a moment to check out Woodland High School and my page. Happy browsing!
     
    Q: So you've really been at WHS for 14 years?
     
    A: Yes. I have been a member of the Wolfpack since the school opened in the summer of 2007.
     
    Q: Fekete. That's a strange last name.
     
    A: Not if you speak Hungarian. It's the Hungarian word for "black."
     
    Q: Do you speak Hungarian or any other languages?
     
    A: Other than a few words of Hungarian, I really do not speak the language. I do speak German. German was one of my majors in college and I have been to Germany about 12 times. 
     
    Q: Interesting. Have you been anywhere else?
     
    A: Have passport, will travel. In addition to Germany, I have been to Austria, Canada, England, Scotland, the Republic of Ireland, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Italy, Vatican City, Finland, Poland, and Hungary. The places I haven't been to yet but really want to get to are India and Sweden.
     
    Q: Have you ever been on a game show before?
     
    A: No I haven't. But I do play trivia a couple times a week with friends and co-workers. In 2017 I was on a team that won $5,000 at a trivia tournament, definitely the highlight of my playing career.
     
    Q: Wow. What did you do with the winnings?
     
    A: Paid for a flight to Amsterdam.
     
    Q: I thought all teachers did was think about school, including on weekends. What else do you like to do?
     
    A: I am a big sports fan. I try to keep up with my favorite team, the Toronto Blue Jays, even if they're garbage. During football season I root for the Green Bay Packers. Yes, I own a foam cheesehead. And if the World Cup is on TV, don't bother me. I love watching soccer.
     
    Q: Do you play anything, mister sports fan?
     
    A: I like bowling. My high game is 274.
     
    Q: Anything else you want to share?
     
    A: I have two great companions, my cats. I have had Kitty Meow Meow, my 16-pound tuxedo cat, for almost six years. My newest addition, Little Baby, was wandering around my neighborhood this summer. After an attempt to find her owners failed, I decided she needed to stay with me and Kitty. The two of them are now good friends. 
     
    My kitties
     
     
     
     

     

     
Last Modified on September 29, 2020