The Athletic Department is very pleased to announce, Mr. Matthew Quinn, as our new Assistant Athletic Director. Mr. Quinn is very passionate about the Watkins Mill community and all the athletic programs. He has written some information to share with our community and programs.
To the Watkins Mill community,
I am extremely enthusiastic to begin as the new Assistant Athletic Director at Watkins Mill High School. I’m excited to take on his new role and cannot wait to continue working with our coaches, student-athletes, administration and community in order to improve the Watkins Mill athletic program. I look forward to helping students grow inside and outside of the classroom in order to become the most successful members of society they can be. In order to get to know me a little better, I have included some information about myself. I hope you and your families are doing well and able to stay safe during these difficult times. ‘Rines on the rise!
Matthew Quinn is pursuing his certification in athletic administration and is an Accredited Interscholastic Coach who was born and raised in North Wales, Pennsylvania. He attended North Penn High School in Lansdale, Pennsylvania. At North Penn, he was a student-athlete on the baseball and football teams. After High School, Matthew was recruited to play Division 1 baseball at the University of Maryland. At the University of Maryland, he earned his bachelor’s degree in History and his master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction. While earning his master’s degree, Matthew was a student teacher at Montgomery Blair High School and helped coach varsity baseball. He started his teaching career in 2012 at Gaithersburg High School. The following year, he started teaching social studies at Watkins Mill High School. While an educator in Montgomery County, he was the head coach for JV Boys’ Soccer, Varsity Girls’ Volleyball, and Varsity Softball. From 2013-2015, he was the pitching coach in the Cal Ripken Collegiate League for the Gaithersburg Giants. Matthew is excited to help lead the Watkins Mill athletic program and cannot wait to continue to push Wolverine athletes both in the classroom and on the field. Go ‘Rines!
Please join me in welcoming and congratulating, Mr. Quinn.