Distance Learning for GT Interdisciplinary 

    All assignments will be shared with students via Google Classroom to be conducted on Shmoop. Students and parents may reach me directly through Remind on odd calendar days from 10AM to 12 PM or at any time by email (bfurge@neisd.net). 


    Google Classroom Codes: 

    2nd Period: zcnnvcx

    3rd Period: gdfuivw

    5th Period: tbcpp3d

    Remind Code: 

    2nd and 3rd Period: Text @gtint1 to 81010

    5th Period: Text @gtint2 to 81010


    Tutoring Hours for GT Interdisciplinary


    Odd Calendar Days 10 AM to 12 PM 




Ms. Bailey Furgeson



Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts in English, St. Mary's University Master of Arts in Communications, University of the Incarnate Word

Ms. Bailey Furgeson

Welcome students! 

My name is Bailey Furgeson. I teach GT Interdisciplinary 1 and 2, and serve as the Head Golf Coach.

I grew up in Loomis, California where I attended Del Oro High School. As a freshman, I served as class president and made the varsity golf team, which I competed on all four years. In my spare time, I volunteered teaching golf through The First Tee of Greater Sacramento.

After graduation, I moved to San Antonio to play golf on scholarship at St. Mary's University where I earned my Bachelor of Arts in English. In 2015, I became the Graduate Assistant Golf Coach for the University of the Incarnate Word as I earned my Master of Arts in Communications.

I am excited to join the Reagan staff and look forward to meeting you all! 

  • Period 1 (8:45 - 9:37)     Junior Varsity Golf

    Period 2 (9:42 - 10:35)   GT Interdisciplinary 1

    Period 3 (10:40- 11:30)  GT Interdisciplinary 1

    Period 4 (11:35 - 12:25)  Lunch

    Period 5 (12:30 - 1:20)   GT Interdisciplinary 2

    Period 6 (1:25 - 2:15)     Conference and Prep

    Period 7 (2:20 - 3:10)     Conference and Prep.

    Period 8 (3:15 - 4:05)     Varsity Golf





    1. To develop high standards of sportsmanship, citizenship, good morals, and quality work habits.
    2. To instill in athletes the desire to represent themselves, their school, and community in such a manner as to promote pride in each.
    3. To develop respect for individuals and for authority that creates an atmosphere of unity and harmony
    4. To develop high standards of sportsmanship, citizenship, good morals, and quality work habits.