Phone: 356-0900 (The main ISA number)

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. in Biology from Trinity University M.A.T. from Trinity University

Mrs. Betsy Landry

Welcome to my webpage, I look forward to having a wonderful year!
 
Parents- please take some time to fill out our questionnaire! Mrs. Landry's Parent Survey
 
 
I began my education in North East ISD as a first grader at Jackson Keller Elementary School, and Nimitz Middle School.  I graduated from Lee High School and then went on to graduate from Trinity University with a bachelor's degree in Biology and a Mathematics minor. After college I worked in a genetic counseling office and cytogenetic laboratory.  I was involved in tissue culture, microscopy, chromosomal analysis, photography and basic laboratory practices. 

After realizing, that was not the career for me, I returned to Trinity and recieved  my Master of Arts in Teaching. I began teaching  at Lee. I joined the initial team of teachers to found ISA.  I have been committed to ISA since then.   I have taught Biology I, Chemistry I, AP Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Neurobiology, and AP Environmental Science in my teaching career.  I have mentored Trinity interns and new teachers.  I have attended numerous AP Summer Institute.  I enjoy teaching students scientific thinking and doing experiments.

My life outside of school is filled with my family.  My husband Jeff, and three daughters, Kristin, Erin and Sarah. 
 
 
 
 
  • Here is the link to my Bitmoji classroom.  Go here to find LOTS more information about my classes.

  • I believe students are capable of higher level thinking and planning this is a daily activity.  Students deserve a chance to work on challenging materials and labs and I want to encourage students to challenge themselves.  I believe in making class fun and engaging for the students.  I try to plan so that every student has an opportunity to learn in their preferred manner.  I think discussions, both small and large groups can lead to impactful learning.  I want students who can think and analyze data as scientists. Who will be productive and active community members.

Class Schedule

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    Monday Wednesday Friday

    1st Period     Conference

    2nd Period   Anatomy & Physiology

    3rd Period    AP Environmental Science

    5th Period    AP Environmental Science

    6th Period    AP Biology

    7th Period    Anatomy & Physiology

     8th Period    Anatomy & Physiology

     

    Office Hours:

     

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    8:00 am -8:45 am

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    4:30-5pm

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     LUNCH time is by appointment only