The Colorful World of Chemistry with
Ms. Smith

Created by Alecia Smith

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Hello Scientists!

Ms. Alecia Smith, your instructor, has taught at Grayson High School for two years. Grayson High School is in the Gwinnett County Public School District and among the top 5% of high schools in the nation.  Until recently, Grayson was known as "Gwinnett's Best Kept Secret".

Ms. Smith
Ms. Smith graduated from the University of Georgia in 2005 with a Bachelor's in Psychology and minor in Child & Family Development.  In January 2006, she began substitute teaching at Grayson High School and has been employed there ever since.  Ms. Smith enjoys dance and is the Head Coach of Grayson's Competition Dance Team.  Ms. Smith also enjoys walking her two dogs, Meka and Rocky, being outdoors, and watching movies.  Ms. Smith believes Chemistry is colorful, fun, and exciting, and she hopes to spread the joy of science to all her students!

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Ms. Smith teaches 10th grade Technical Chemistry with team teachers, Mrs. Schoolcraft and Mr. Canova.  In this class, our students learn about the composition, structure, and properties of matter.  Our students study the periodic table, chemical reactions, and stoichiometry.  We do several fun activities, including a spectroscopy lab and a tie-dye lab (see links for examples).

CLASS LINKS:
(More information to come in the 2008-09 school year)

                       Safety First!                                News                                Calendar                                
                            Safety First!                                        Class News                                   Important Dates

                                

INFORMATIONAL LINKS:
Student Resources
Student Resources
eBook
eBook Website
LiveText
LiveText Portfolio
Georgia OnmyLINE
Georgia ONmyLINE
Future Class Projects
Future Class Projects
Future Class Project
Future Class Projects




Email Ms. Smith  arsmith@valdosta.edu