For the past 38 years, Spurrier has been a teacher or guidance counselor, the last 10 as a guidance counselor at Boonsboro High.
He's retiring this summer.
"It's time," said Spurrier who lives in Hagerstown during the week, but commutes home to his wife, Pam, in Oakland, Md., on the weekends.
"Now I have seven days of honey-dos to do in two days," Spurrier said. "That really adds up."
In addition to tackling his wife's honey-do list, Spurrier plans to travel and spend some time in Hagerstown with his first grandchild.
His oldest daughter, Shannon Reams, is expecting in May.
Reams teaches first grade at Eastern Elementary School, and Spurrier's youngest daughter, Kristen Dolan, teaches sixth-grade math at E. Russell Hicks Middle School.
Dolan said both her parents were teachers, which influenced her decision to become one.
"I just saw him enjoying what he was doing," she said.
Spurrier taught, mostly social studies, in the Allegany County school system before becoming a middle school counselor there before moving to Boonsboro.
"Obviously, he's going to be missed a lot. He's got a lot of experience," Boonsboro High Principal Martin Green said.
As a guidance counselor, Spurrier's philosophy is to try to ensure when students come into his office, they get a positive experience and feel better about who they are before they leave, and that they have information or an insight they didn't have when they came in.
Asked about significant accomplishments, Spurrier said he was proud of Boonsboro High's Class of 2008, which was offered $6.9 million in scholarships.
"I give the kids more credit than myself," he said.