UPDATE! Due to the mandated school closures related to the Covid-19 pandemic all classroom-based resources can be found in student OneNote digital notebooks and in Canvas. Please feel free to reach out to me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org as I am checking email regularly. Stay safe, take care, and we'll see you soon.My name is Addie Smith and I have been teaching science at Everett High School since 2000. I earned my Bachelor's of Science from Washington State University in 1998 and my Masters' degree from Western Washington University in 2006. I certified as a National Board Teacher in 2014; an accomplishment I am very proud of.As a teacher, I believe that I am a "forever student"; that I am always researching, learning, practicing, and implementing research-based best practices so that my students have the best possible experience in chemistry! I also believe, that by the time all students graduate, they should have a solid understanding of basic and fundamental scientific principles and skills as outlined in the NGSS. In order to do this, students in my classroom will be engaged in ongoing assessment and quality learning activities that promote higher level thinking, collaboration, communication, independence, the development of laboratory and analytical skills, and a deepening knowledge and appreciation for our chemical universe.Addie Smith
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In 2018, I traveled to Iceland with students from Everett High School! The trip was out-of-this-world and I can't wait to do it again in 2021! Due to COVID-19, our trip originally scheduled for 2020 has been pushed back to June 2021. If you're interested in visiting this amazing place, contact me today or listen for announcements on meetings and planning times!