Phone: 817-251-5660 ext. 3309
Tuesday Tutorials 3:25-4:00 PM or by appointment.
Welcome to the GMS STEM Science and ELA Departments!I teach 6th grade STEM Science, STEM Cause and Effect, and GT Independent Study.
Every core subject teacher allows time for your child to fill out their planner with the day's assignments. When you ask your kids if they have homework, also ask to see their planner so that assignments won't be overlooked. Remember that core subject teachers offer before or after school tutorials that your child can attend.STEM Science: In a few weeks, ask your child to log in to MySciLife and show you our posts! Make sure you have returned the MySciLife permission form. Your student is getting the opportunity to "live" as a science concept or term! Our next posts will be taking on the role of a component of our solar system! Check out myscilife.orgSTEM Cause/Effect:Our first task will be to design some help pages for various tech applications.GT Ind. Study:Our first few weeks will be spent "finding your passion" as we begin to narrow our focus for our semester project.Explore the outdoors with the help of http://naturerocksnorthtexas.org which is a web site designed to get you and your family out in the environment of Texas.
Looking for a Fun Family Outing?
- Check out Mineral Wells Fossil Park! Small marine fossils cover the ground and you get to keep everything you find! Use this link to go the park's website for hours of operation.
- Enature.com- Explore this site for information on our national parks as well as unusual information about wild animals.
- Birdzilla.com This site offers information about birding, identifying Texas birds, and information on apps you can add to your device that will help you identify birds by their calls or appearance!
Brainpop is now available 24/7! Students can access Brainpop from any device to review concepts and play games! Our login is "gmslib" and the password is "pony".We have a subscription to USA Today. Students may access the newspaper anytime using this web site, http://bit.ly/pwKxDV and then username "52007", and password "usatoday".