Mrs. McClure

8th Grade Science

2018-2019

Email: smcclure@schools.mtco.com

Phone: 309-367-2377 (Jr. High Office) or 309-367-2361 (Main Office)

Fax: 309-367-2364

Class Schedule :

1st hr 8:22-9:02 = Prep

2nd hr 9:05-9:55 = 8th Science

3rd hr 9:58-10:48 = 8th Science

4th hr 10:51-11:41 = 8th Science

5th hr 11:44-12:09 = STEM

6th hr 12:55-1:45= 8th Science

7th hr 1:48-2:38 = 8th Science

8th hr 2:41-3:05 = Study Hall

Supply List: 3-ring binder, pencil/pen, loose leaf college ruled paper

About The Teacher

My name is Shannon McClure and I live in Germantown Hills with my husband Bill and our two sons Keaton and Logan.  Bill is an accountant working for Caterpillar, Keaton is a college student at the University of Illinois and Logan is a Senior at Metamora High School.
This will be my 4th year teaching 8th grade science, STEM, and acting as student council advisor for Metamora Grade School.  I graduated from Illinois State University majoring in Biology and minoring in Psychology.  I later acquired a middle school endorsement.  My first year of teaching was at Hartsburg/Emden.  I taught several science classes a semester due to the small size of the school.  These classes consisted of 7th and 8th grade Science, Botany/Zoology, Biology II/Ecology, Genetics/Chemistry, and General Science. The students ranged in age from 7th graders all the way to seniors in high school.  I later hired on at Morton High School.  While at Morton,  I had the pleasure of teaching Biology, Chemistry, Earth's Physical Properties, and Biological Sciences and Agriculture.  All of these teaching experiences have fostered a true passion for science!  I look forward to inspiring my students at MGS to feel the same!!

MGS Mission

 The mission of Metamora Community Consolidated School District #1 is to develop physical, social, emotional and moral potential.  Our school exists for the benefit of our children in partnership with parents and community to provide the resources to help our students attain that potential.  We will assist our children in construction of knowledge, development of disciplined inquiry, and awareness of the value of learning for today and tomorrow.