Thank you for visiting my website to review our virtual learning plans. Class assignments will be posted here on my website by 9:00 a.m. each week day, and we will also assign assessments by using Microsoft forms or Quizizz.com. I will also use e-mail to provide any needed feedback. Thank you for trying your best on all assignments and assessments, and I welcome you to contact me by using my email address, during my virtual office hours each week day from 10:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. We will work together as a team to make the best of virtual learning until we return to school.
My preferred method of contact is through e-mail. It is email@example.com
If you are having computer issues, or need additional help you may contact me on my office phone. My office phone number: 678-310-6507 (note: this is different than the school phone number)
Parent & Student Helpful Links:
Final Earth Science Thoughts:
End of the Year wrap up activity:
~Complete a Padlet post explaining your favorite topic from the year and why. Be sure to include an image of your topic.
*We will have an optional live Zoom meeting on Tuesday at 12:30 pm (Thanks to Jayden for the idea!) ...I miss you guys. Join us if you want to. I am planning a scavenger hunt of things you may have around your house that relate to our units of study this year!
Link for Scavenger Hunt:
Awtrey # 770-975-6615
Getting to Know Mrs. Poirot:
My name is Kerrie Poirot, and I have been teaching for over 20 years. I hold a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Central Florida and a Master's Degree from Walden University in Middle Grades math. I am married to my wonderful husband, Michael Poirot and we have five children ranging in age from 6-24 years old. We also have one dog, a miniature Golden Doodle named Hattie May.
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Info to Know:
~I try to have study sessions before unit tests.
~I will meet with students who need more support if and when they set up times to meet with me!
~Topics for the year: Space (Solar System/Universe & Earth and Moon), Climate and Weather, Water on Earth, Dynamic Earth (Plate Tectonics, Earthquakes, & Volcanoes), Rocks and Minerals, Weathering/Erosion, and Conservation