Mrs. Brassard's Science Classes

This month in seventh grade science:

  • How Can I Smell Things from a Distance?

For more information, check the page for your specific class.

This month in eighth grade science:

  • How Can I Make New Stuff From Old Stuff?

For more information, check the page for your specific class.

Expectations:

  • Be respectful of the ideas, opinions and feelings of those around you. Remember - it is our differences that make the world interesting and help us learn.
  • Respect the property of others. Ask and wait for permission before using or borrowing things that are not yours.
  • Be prepared for class. Do your homework on time and have materials with you when you walk in the room.
  • Ask for assignments missed during absences and work out a schedule for completing them.
  • Use your planner DAILY to keep track of what you need to do outside of school.
  • Seek help if you need it. If you prefer to email or send me a message through googleclassroom, I will respond!


A little about your teacher:

I'm beginning my eleventh year teaching Science in Candia. I previously taught sixth, seventh and eighth grade Science, as well as Math and US History, at St. Thomas Aquinas in Derry for ten years. So....yes...I've been doing this for a long time! Every year, though, offers new and unique challenges that make being an educator an exciting adventure.

My husband and I have two sons and a Welsh Corgi named Bobo. My oldest son, a professional photographer, works in New York City and just got last married in June. My younger son has a degree in Natural Resources Conservation from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and now lives near San Francisco. We're very proud of both of them but wish they lived a lot closer!

I believe that working with middle school students continues to be one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. I am continually amazed by the creativity, perseverance, and growth I see on a daily basis, and I'm looking forward to a fantastic school year.