Welcome and Hello to Everyone!
I want to share with you my passion for the sciences. Many of the life skills needed for success in high school and beyond are learned through observations and solving problems. I know the benefit of learning these skills applies to real world jobs where in my previous career, I hired and trained employees for a medical manufacturing where I was a quality control manager. As a lifelong learner I bring a blend of private and public experiences into my classroom.
My journey towards becoming a teacher began in Nebraska where I was born, raised, and went to college. In moving to Texas, I began my career in the private sector, married, and raised two children before coming to California where I am today. I have a daughter in Medical school, three rescue puppies, four adopted cats, and three feral kittens, or in other words a menagerie of excitement.
I enjoy teaching science at California Military Institute (CMI) and have done so for 13 years of my 16 years career in education. One reason I enjoy teaching here is the JROTC military structure that gives students solid foundational skills like Honor, Courage and Commitment that students carry with them after leaving this school
For 2020_2021 school year, we will be utilizing an Online learning platform. I am using the Google Classroom for course instructions, assignment posting, and homework to be turned in. You are also expected to sign up for REMIND.com, so be able to send a text message to 81010 on your phone. Codes are below for each class. This will provide automatic communication between students and the teacher.
Remind.com codes Chemistry @abfc2ah
Science 9 @4b4f46
Science 8 @b72c4a
Lastly, I am happy to begin each school year in August and prideful in June when our students graduate high school from California Military Institute.
Go Rough Riders!
"If you think you can, you will....&...If you think you can't you won't."
My Class Schedule this fall for 2020_2021
Per 1 JROTC (9th grade Platoon)
Per 2 / Per 3 Science9 (Conceptual Physics)
Per 4 / Per 5 Chemistry (High School 10,11,12)
Per 6 Science8 (Integrated Science for 8th grade)