Dr. David Pittman
Quite simply, TBS is the result of the vision and energy of Pastor Pittman. When Pastor came to Herndon in 1989, he envisioned a school with high academic standards, yet one that had spiritual vibrancy as well. And that vision has come to fruition. Pastor Pittman maintains a strong interest in the school and is its biggest supporter. Pastor Pittman hails from Texas and is fans of a team from that region. Recently the church voted to bring his son Jeremy on staff as associate pastor. Pastor Pittman is the grandfather of three. Not only is Pastor Pittman an outstanding leader, he is a frequent speaker at missions conferences, serves on a number of mission boards, and is well known for his acumen in building projects.
Dr. Samuel Dalton
It seems as if our administrator just loves going to school. Dr. Dalton has a degree in BA in history and a MS in Educational Administration from Bob Jones University, a MA in Political Science from Loyola University of Chicago, and a Doctorate of Ministry from Northland International University. Dr D. has taught high school history, including World History, US History, Virginia History, Government, Geography, and Economics. Sam and Carolyn have three children, all of whom graduated from Temple Baptist School. Dr. Dalton is a fan of the Chicago Bears and Baltimore Orioles. The Dalton's have two cats: Karl and Marx, so named because they seem to think everything should be provided for them. He's been the administrator at Temple since the summer of '99. [That's 1999, not 1899.]
Mr. Lance Listh
The ebullient and easy-going Mr. Listh was originally our high school science teacher, but since he has so many skill sets, he's become invaluble on the adminstrative side. Mr. Listh has two graduate degrees (science education and Bible exposition). Mr. Listh is a favorite among high school students because of his outgoing personality and his love for them. He fills many roles at Temple and we are blessed to have him on our staff. Mr. Listh is a devoted husband and father of two children.