Welcome to Mrs. Brown's Science Website

Welcome to my Website and my class. I can't wait to learn with you this year. I graduated from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor with a Bachelor of Science in Education. I have been teaching Science here at Stony Point High School for 11 years. I am blessed to be teaching my two favorite science classes now, Biology and Environmental Science . I love the beauty and complexity of living things, and their environments. It is my goal to teach my students in such a way that they gain knowledge and success academically, develop a wonder and respect for living things, and the world in which we live, and a desire and understanding of what they can do to take care of them.

Personally, I am married with four children, one dog and in June I became a grandmother for the first time! Life can be so good!

To Contact Mrs. Brown Email her at: Karin_Brown@roundrockisd.org

Official Tutorial Times: Tuesday Morning Starting at 8:15 and Tuesday Afternoon After school until 5:00 If those times do not work, please contact me to make an appointment for a better time.

Mrs. Brown's Adventures Intro pp for 2014.pptx

Learn a little about Mrs. Brown, some of her adventures and things she enjoys in the power point above

Stony Point School Website Parents and students can find answers to many questions about our school and staff by clicking on the "Website" above.

Mrs. Brown's YouTube Channel click here to find many video's to help explain class concepts. See Unit Name or Class Agenda to see which video list to watch.

Instructions and Remind Codes to receive text messages regarding class are on the class pages.

Online Textbook Information is at the bottom.

Also, see Mrs. Brown's Class Schedule below on the left.

To Access the Textbooks and Resources for both subjects, See the instructions below and when you get to page shown on step 5, click on the white icon with the blue circle that says Holt McDougal Mifflin. Read the instructions as the site opens..

2017 Online Textbook SSO Hub Directions for K-12 Students