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Homework
Posted by Gabrielle Blakemore on October 11, 2016 at 3:19pm

October 11th

Science- If you did not see the video in class you need to watch it and take notes. Due tomorrow.

Conservation of matter

Updates Sept 19th
Posted by Gabrielle Blakemore on September 19, 2016 at 4:07pm

Hello All,

I hope you had a relaxing weekend. I have a few class updates for this week;

1. This week we have a few schedule changes due to I-ready  on Tuesday and Thursday and a delayed start on Wednesday. I will be seeing 2nd, 4th, and 6th periods for class on Tuesday. 1st, 3rd, and  5th periods will meet on Thursday. Wednesday all periods will meet for a shortened time.

2. We need empty 20-16oz. plastic bottles for a lab by Wednesday this week.

4. I hope to see as many parents as possible at our open house this Thursday.

5. I've added two new pages to the site. One giving an overview of the weekly agenda for Science, and another with important class documents like the syllabus.

Looking forward to a great week

Ms. Blakemore

Happy Friday
Posted by Gabrielle Blakemore on September 09, 2016 at 5:00pm

Hello All,

Thank you for a fantastic week! I enjoyed starting to get to know you and getting our year started on a positive foot.

Some brief notes for next week:

Due Monday

Wingspan lab- data is available on the calendar and assignments tab

Initials- Your initials with 5 things about you, and your plans after high school

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On Monday we will be starting our first unit, bring your science journal!!

Have a safe weekend and I'll see you Monday

Ms. Blakemore

A Bit About Me
Posted by Gabrielle Blakemore on August 30, 2016 at 12:24pm

What name do you go by?

 Ms. Blakemore or Ms. B

What guardian should I contact when you excel in class or if you may be struggling?

 I am my own guardian so you can contact me.

            Guardian email

 gabrielle.blakemore@kent.k12.wa.us">gabrielle.blakemore@kent.k12.wa.us

What are some things you hope to learn this year?

  1. Cool facts about all of my students 
  2.  More ways to combine engineering and chemistry
  3.  More science puns

Tell me a bit about your likes/dislikes in a class:

 I like when students ask questions that help challenge and expand how I see science.

I dislike being the only one talking. (No, you still can't talk over me.)

 

Tell me a bit about your hobbies:

 My hobbies include reading, crochet, playing board games, and talking about comics.

What is something you geek out about? Why?

Besides science (chemistry and physics in particular) I really geek out about comic books. I love the art, the stories, and the interesting people you meet when you read comics.

 

  What book and/or movie would you recommend to for me to go see/read asap? Why?

 Book: I, Robot by Isaac Asimov

It is not the same as the movie! I, Robot is a collection of connecting short stories about a fictional rise of robotics, and is one of my favorite Sci-Fi books of all time.

Movie: Big Hero 6

One of the newer Disney films (I'm a bit of a Disney nerd too) I thought this film was super cute and both funny and sad.

Bonus! Comic- Lumberjanes

A quirky troop of girls at camp where there are some odd happenings. The characters are all a lot of fun and the plot leaves you waiting for the next issue with baited breath.

 

Before we get too far into the year, what are somethings I should know about you?

I love student questions

I’m often loud but rarely angry

Student safety is my first priority