BY HILARY MATHESON
Daily Inter Lake
Justin Heupel has stuck with plan A for more than two decades as he's moved from eastern to western Montana teaching agriculture.
"Plan A was to be an ag education teacher," Heupel said during an interview in a classroom at the H.E. Robinson Vocational Agricultural Center. "And if plan A didn't work out, plan B was something in ag industry to be able to utilize my degree."
This school year marks his 22nd year teaching and his 14th year with Kalispell Public Schools at the vo-ag center, where he currently teaches seniors and a sophomore class.
Heupel, 43, started out teaching five students in his first job prior to joining the largest school district in Flathead County.
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