• Ms. Johnson During our time away from the classroom because of the COVID 19 virus, there will be (and have been) activities for students to do from the first day.  Some of you already know this from being in class the last Friday and from my Monday emails to everyone, and I have been able to give you feedback on the notes  from these activities that you have sent me. 
     
    The Office of the Superintendant of Public Instruction for the State of Washington has recently sent a bulletin that now directs teeachers to provide students feedback of their work.  So, students are now expected to submit their work for review to me.
     
    As before, you can access each day through the Calendar section of this website.  If you have any questions, as always, I will be regularly checking my email through the day during regular school  hours.
              Links to Family Tech Support, Google Translate, and Useful Student/Family Resources: 
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    May everyone be well and stay Healthy
    Please feel free to contact me at any time:
    Phone:  425-385-7634
     
    Keep in touch with daily science classroom activities and links to assignments with my website science calendar.
     
    I began my "teaching career," as the oldest of three girls.  I would turn our double-tiered lamp tables around and make them into desks that my sisters could sit at.  I would then give them "assignments," to complete!
     
    I am a graduate of Prescott College in Prescott, Arizona.
    I earned my teaching credential at Holy Names University in Oakland, California.
     
     
      This is my eleventh year at Eisenhower Middle School.  I moved to Washington from California when my niece was 6 months old.  She is currently studying the sciences.
    I am extremely proud of her! 
     
      I enjoy hiking, camping, natural history, reading, writing, and my cat family.
      I visited Mt. Rainier this Summer, and went to Artists Point in the Mt. Baker- Snoqualmie National Forest for the first time.