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Welcome Wildcats! High school is an exciting time in your lives. I have the privilege of teaching Pre-AP biology and Anatomy & Physiology. It is my goal to help inspire our future doctors, nurses, scientific researchers and scientists and even businessmen/women. Every body is a scientist! You perform simple science experiments every day without evening knowing you did. You make observations about your surroundings, ask questions involving your surroundings, come up with a possible answer (hypothesis) and sometimes you test out your questions.

Through out this year in biology  and anatomy & physiology you will be the scientist responsible for making observations, asking questions, coming up with possible answers, testing those answers and possibly retesting or changing strategy based on what you learned from your results. Learning biology is meant to be hands-on. Come prepared this year to be the scientist involved in hands on labs, experiments, class discussions and projects. This year may be tough but always remember I am here to help you!!

A little about my biology foundation- I received my B.S. in Biology from Trinity University in 2011, a Masters in Teaching from Trinity University in 2012 and this will be my 5th year teaching Pre-Ap biology.

I am looking forward to meeting y'all and having a great year exploring science!
 

Clinical Teacher: Jacob Breaux

 

Howdy! My name is Jacob Breaux and I have been given the opportunity to serve as a clinical teacher this fall. I will be assisting Mrs. Edmonds in the classroom and will have the opportunity to lead the class at different times during the semester. This Spring I graduated from Texas A&M University and received my B.S in Biomedical Science and I am currently being certified to become a full time teacher. My degree exposed me to various scientific and medical experiences that I look forward to sharing with all of you! Please do not hesitate to ask me anything about the college experience. I cannot wait to meet all of you and share my passion of science.




Use the page tabs found underneath my photo to navigate your class resources. You can find the class schedule here, all assignments, power points, handouts, and supplemental resources that will help you as you go about your studies.

This site will help answer some of the following questions:
"What did we do yesterday?"
"Can I have the copy of the notes?"
"Do you have any extra copies? I lost mine."
"Can you give me my missing assignments?"

Use the resources at your fingertips and be an advocate for your own education.