John Patrick Moglia began his work career as an art teacher at Granby Elementary School in Colorado for the East Grand School District, where he also spent one year as the Program Coordinator for the Able and Bright Creative Program. This school received the second-highest rating available from the Department of Education. He also served as a Computer Lab Assistant and as an English as a Second Language Coordinator.
In 1998, he moved to Forest Hills Central Middle School, working with the Forest Hills Public School District in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He built the Art Program from a part-time position to full-time within two years. The program then needed to hire an additional art teacher to meet the demand of students wanting to take John’s art classes. John P. Moglia has over two decades of tenure working with students in the art program at Central Middle School.
Along with teaching, John P. Moglia also has a passion for helping students through coaching. He was the assistant varsity and junior varsity football coach at Middle Park High School while teaching at Granby Elementary and a paraprofessional for special education at Centennial Middle School in Boulder, Colorado, in the Boulder Valley School District and for Birmingham Public Schools in Birmingham, Michigan.