Welcome back to school! I'm excited to hear about how your summer was and what places you explored!
I grew up in small town a lot like Stewartville called Caledonia in the southeastern corner of Minnesota. I went to college at Winona State University where I studied Biology with an emphasis in Environemental Science. I then worked as a Naturalist for two years at Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center. At Eagle Bluff, which was a great place to "learn the ropes" of teaching, I decided I want to go back to college to be a teacher. I studied teaching afterwards, and I have now been teaching six years. This will be my fourth year teaching at Stewartville Middle School. This year I am excited to continue teaching 7th grade Life Science as well as teach 8th Grade Earth Science.
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Hour 1 - Earth Science
Hour 2 - Earth Science
Hour 3 - Life Science
Hour 4 - Lunch/PRIDE
Hour 5 - Supervisory
Hour 6 - Life Science
Hour 7 - Preparation/Planning
Hour 8 - Life Science
1. Be Respectful!
• Treat others as you would like to be treated
• Listen to others (Mr. Miller, paraprofessionals, other students)
• Follow all directions, including lab safety rules
2. Be on Time!
• You need to be seated in your assigned chair when the bell rings.
3. Be Prepared!
• Bring all your materials (book, notebook, folder, planner, pencils) to science class everyday.
• Bring completed homework!
• Write assignments in your Student Planner daily. Student planners are a great way to keep track of your homework. Assignments are posted daily in the front of the room.
4. Be Productive!
• Stay on task. Do what you are asked to do.
• Ask questions. I don’t expect everyone to get A’s, I expect you to work hard. I am here to help you be successful. Don’t be afraid to ask for extra help at any time!
• Do your own work. Cheating of any kind will result in a redo for that assignment and an additional assignment designed to instill the importance of independent and creative work ethic.