Teacher Douglas Grant
Douglas “Doug” Grant is a substitute teacher at Randolph Field ISD in San Antonio, Texas. He previously worked as an 8th grade US History teacher at Northside ISD in San Antonio, where he co-sponsored the school’s At-Risk Boys Club and acted as a Campus Life volunteer and teacher sponsor. Grant also worked as a 6th grade Social Studies teacher at Northside from 2008 to 2013, during which time he started the school’s first fishing club. Doug Grant also started Katherine Stinson Middle School's archery club, which had 75 members.
Douglas Grant’s other professional endeavors have included working as a middle school counselor at Northside, working as a process guide at the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Schertz, Texas, and working as a counselor at Senior PsychCare, where he used music and games to interact with and stimulate memory retrieval in residential home patients with mild to moderate dementia.
Grant works with various charitable organizations, including the Down Syndrome Association and the Trinity Oaks Foundation, where he helps process donated wild game animals to feed families in need. His hobbies include organic vegetable gardening, collecting Herb Booth prints and antique duck decoys, home improvement, cooking, and baking.