Hello, My name is Mr. Womack and I would like to tell you a little bit about myself and how to navigate my blog. I grew up in the greatest state in the world.  That is Idaho for you non-believers.  It is a little known fact that we actually live in Southern Idaho and not Northern Utah.  Just kidding.  I really do love Utah.  I graduated from Preston High School in Preston, Idaho.  Go Indians!  I am married and have three boys.   This is my twelfth year at T.H. Bell.  I teach U.S. History, Utah Studies, Exploring Education and run the intramural program.  I also coach football and track.  I love teaching history because I have enthusiasm for it, and I love teaching junior high because the students have so much enthusiasm.  I graduated from Weber State University with a B.S. in Social Studies in 2005, and in 2011 I graduated with my Masters of Education from Weber State as well.  Go Wildcats!  But, most of all I am proud to be a part of T.H. Bell Junior High.  Go Minutemen!!!!!!!!

Please follow these steps to access class information: 

  • Use the categories on the right to find assignments, current events, projects, and power point presentations.
  • Once you select a category you will see the various assignments that have been posted. 
  • To access the material that has been uploaded to the blog, please click on the heading for that particular post, and then you will see the links to the assignments.

This is a tool for you as students and your parents to be able to know what is going on in my class at all times.  If you are willing to work hard and have a positive attitude you will be successful in my class.  In the words of Vince Lombardi, “The dictionary is the only place success comes before work.  Hard work is the price we must pay for success.  I think you can accomplish anything if you are willing to pay the price.”

That being said, my classes will not just be work, work, work.  I want you to enjoy your experience in my classes, and most of all I want you to be able to see how the history of our nation and state relates to you in your life right now.  I look forward to seeing you exhibit your talents and abilities in my class.