Welcome to Ms. Decker's Class. My school email is Sheila.email@example.com and school phone number is 417-256-6150.
I am Certified to teach grades 5-12 Science and 5-12 Social Studies. I am located at the High School and I teach all the Direct Instruction Science Classes for 9-12 as well as Co-Teach Physical Science and Biology.
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Daily Class SchedulePeriodClass1Physical Science2Biology3Co-Teaching Biology Room 1334Biology5Co-teaching Physical Science Room 1186Conference7Ecology/Earth Science8
Zizzer TimeName: Sheila DeckerResource Science 9-12Phone: (417) 256-6150E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgBest Time to Reach Me: before school (I arrive at or before 7:45am every day). My conference hour,(1:015 pm - 2:05 pm), and any time after 3:45, or any time via email at email@example.comI have been in education for 22 Years, 16 of those years here in Missouri. I have also taught 4 years Alaska, and 2 years in Colorado. I have had the pleasure of teaching everything from Preschool to College. AnnouncementsThis year I would like all students to bring color pencils, highlighters (one or two is fine any color), one sharpie ( black or blue), plenty of paper, loose leaf or one notebook to be left in their binders for my class. All students have 1 inch binders in my room that they are required to keep their Daily Questions along with active assignments and notes. We keep classroom books in my room but students are allowed to take them if needed at anytime. If you have any questions or need a separate book to stay at home during the school year feel free to contact me at any time.
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BiographyBorn: In Key West, FloridaUndergraduate Study: Missouri State University BS in EDGraduate Study: Southwest Missouri State University MS in EDYear(s) @ West Plains Public Schools: Starting my 11 years. I taught at West Plains from Fall 2000 to Spring 2007, when I moved to Alaska from 2007 to 2011 and Colorado from 2011 to spring 2013. I returned to teaching at West Plains Fall of 2013.I attended Willow Springs from 3rd grade to graduation and began college at MU West Plains, then moved on to Springfield for my BS. I also enjoyed taking classes at SBU for my Masters and even beyond at Alaska Pacific University. I taught part time for Central Texas College extension center on Fort Richardson, Alaska.
I come from a military family, My father is retired Navy, My brother served both in the Army and the Air Force and was deployed to the Middle East. I served as a Military Spouse for 11 years and many deployments. I am happy to be back home at West Plains. I have one daughter who will be starting High School this year.Co-curricular ActivitiesFavorite Quotes
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