Mrs. Peacock's Classroom

Bitmoji Classroom 22-23

Bell Schedule

Warrior Schedule

First Bell 7:25

1st Period 7:35-8:22

2nd Period     8:28-9:17

3rd Period     9:23-10:10

4th Period 10:16-11:03

5th Period     11:09-12:52

A Lunch: 11:03-11:28

B Lunch: 11:31-11:56

C Lunch: 11:59-12:24

D Lunch: 12:27-12:52

6th Period     12:58-1:45

7th Period 1:51-2:40

School Calendar

Aug 3 1st Day of SchoolSept 1 Digital Learning DaySept 4 Labor Day HolidaySept 5 Progress ReportsOct 5 End of 1st Nine WeeksOct 9 Student/Teacher Fall BreakOct 10 Student Fall Break/District Professional Learning DayOct 13 Report CardsNov 9 Progress ReportsNov 10 Veterans Day HolidayNov 20-24 Thanksgiving HolidaysDec 14-19 Semester ExamsDec 19 Early Dismissal/End of SemesterDec 20-Jan 2 Winter BreakJan 3 Teacher WorkdayJan 4 First Day of Second SemesterJan 9 Report CardsJan 15 Martin Luther King, Jr HolidayFeb 6 Progress ReportsFeb 16 District Professional LearningFeb 19 Student/Teacher BreakMar 1 Digital Learning DayMar 4 Student/Teacher HolidayMar 12 End of 3rd Nine WeeksMar 19 Report CardsApr 8-15 Spring BreakApr 23 Progress ReportsMay 17, 20-22 Semester ExamsMay 22 Early Dismissal/Last Day of SemesterMay 24 Report Cards

Tutoring Sessions

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About me

I am beginning my 2nd year at Grovetown High School this year and my 12th year of teaching. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Biology from Auburn University and a Master of Science degree in Biological Sciences from Clemson University. Throughout my education, I have traveled around the world researching population genetics in marine invertebrates in Alaska, Japan, Russia, Chile, and Antarctica.

My passion for science has led me to become a teacher because I think it is important for students to realize the opportunities science has to offer rather than just the memorization of facts. I want to share my research experiences and my passion for science to inspire a future generation that appreciates and understands how science works. Science education is about self-discovery of the world around us. Thus, using a variety of methods in the classroom, including cooperative learning, guided inquiry, and authentic assessments, and emphasizing science literacy, I hope to develop life-long skills in effective oral and written communication, collaboration and creativity that are important not only in science careers but in any workplace. I hope to break the stereotype that scientists are old, nerdy, and unsocial and, therefore, open up the possibility that science is an exciting and attainable career option.

I look forward to an excellent school year and I am excited to work with a new group of great students! Go Warriors!