Warren Williams has been teaching and coaching at St. George’s since 1991. He currently teaches all levels of mathematics and is the head coach of the varsity boys’ cross-country team. During his tenure at SG, Williams also taught computer science and he coached varsity track & field and varsity swimming. He’s spent 40 summers working at Camp Laurel in Maine, is a lifelong runner, and enjoys competing in road races and triathlons. Williams holds a bachelor’s degree in education from the State University of New York - Cortland and master’s degree from Johnson & Wales University.
Chad Ploskina teaches English, coaches cross country, and serves as a dorm parent in Diman. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s in secondary education from Duquesne University, Ploskina acquired experience teaching at a public high school in Western Pennsylvania, a residential program for at-risk youth in northern Virginia, and a community college in Massachusetts.