Shannon Singleton is the social studies department chair at Ben Davis High School, and she teaches government and AP government. She lives on the south side of Indianapolis, and is originally from the Chicago area. She attended the University of Illinois in Chicago to earn her undergraduate degree in history and political science, and she completed her master’s degree in educational technology through IUPUI in 2010. She spent a year working at the White House during college so she could better learn how our government works from the inside. She enjoys reading, taking pictures, scrapbooking and following politics in her spare time.
James Totton is in his first year of teaching with the Ben Davis Extended Day program and in his first year with Achieve Virtual. James is originally from Indianapolis but has spent the last 10 years in Lafayette. Before going into teaching, James worked in Public Relations and for Purdue University doing training and development. James is an avid sports fan who follows the Colts, Pacers, and Purdue athletics in his free time. He also works for the Indianapolis Indians during his summers off as the Audio Director. James is excited to be at Achieve Virtual and excited to be a new fan of Ben Davis athletics. Go Giants!
Michael Vetter is a teacher at Ben Davis High School. He has taught all levels of US Government and Geography History of the World and is currently teaching AP / ACP US Government and Geography History of the World. Michael received his bachelors and masters from Indiana University. He is married to Laura Vetter and they have 3 children, Joey, Matthew, and Claire. Mr. Vetter enjoys all sports activities, reading, travelling the world and being with his family.