Edward Perdue

Faculty & Staff Directory: 

Through the strategies and skills our students learn in their classes, along with the bond they develop with the staff and other students in numerous extracurricular activities, I love seeing these- once struggling- students reach their potential both academically and socially.

Edward Perdue

Special Education Teacher, Math

Math Department Head, Chess Club, Pi-Day

585-334-8010 x 316


Before beginning at The Norman Howard School in 2005, Mr. Perdue taught middle and high school mathematics at two different public schools in the area. He grew up in Rush, New York on a horse farm and spent most weekends and summers at horse shows. It was here he developed his love of teaching when, as a teenager, began giving horseback riding lessons and teaching horseback riding at a summer camp. His  greatest strength as a math teacher, he believes is being able to translate and break down complex mathematical concepts into an understandable language for the students.


When not at Norman Howard, Mr. Perdue enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, playing guitar, and watching the Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres, and Syracuse Basketball.