Frank Ritter teaches Principles of Technology (in Physics), Advanced Chemistry, Principles of Applied Engineering, and AC / DC Electronics.
Mr. Ritter worked for 17 years as a computer aided drafter using both 2D and 3D modeling design software. Initially, he worked for a theatrical consulting firm in Fort Worth, Texas. There his work focus was on performance space systems design including acoustics, dimming distribution systems, motorized and counter-weighted rigging systems, as well as stage fire control systems. Later his focus turned to mechanical systems design including conveyors, large capacity weigh bins, multi-ton storage containers, and other equipment specifically relating to the proper mixing, weighing and batching large amounts of concrete.
Mr. Ritter went back to school in 2013 with the intent of becoming a secondary physical science teacher. In 2016 he became a member of Kappa Delta Pi, The International Honors Society in Education. He graduated in December of 2017 from Howard Payne University with a Bachelor of Science degree emphasizing chemistry and physics.
He has worked for the Early Independent School District ever since.