Mrs. Klein's Classes
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
Earth and Space Science Period 1: 10:00am - 11:00am
Biology Period 3: 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Biology Period 4: 2:25pm - 3:25pm
Tuesday and Thursday
Biology Period 5: 10:00am - 11:30pm
Biology Period 6A: 12:20pm - 1:20pm
Earth and Space Science Period 7: 1:55pm - 3:25pm
It is necessary that you join my google classroom before your first class meeting. You will recieve an invitation to join. The following directions are how you need to log onto google classroom.
Go to NEISD.net
Click on Launchpad
Log in with your student credentials (ex. firstname.lastname@example.org)
Click on the google icon
Click on google classroom
There you will see an invite for your science google classroom, click accept
Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor of Science in Animal Science Life Science Certification Composite Science Certification
I started my teaching career in 2002. Of these years I have taught most levels of high school sciences. This year I will be teaching Earth and Space Science and Biology. I graduated from Texas A&M University in 1996, Whoop!
My profile picture is of my beloved chiwhawha named Rollie. She is named after a past building on the Texas A&M Campus, G. Rollie White Coliseum. My husband, and four children love naming our animals after traditional buildings or sayings of Texas A&M. Go Aggies! Whoop!
The following is an A&M tradition at Yell Practice, however it is a true story. It goes something like this .......
I got a little story for ya ags! One aggie sitting on his couch watching the Texas Fightin' Aggie football team, noticed his dog, name "Roc" sniffing around his precious senior aggie ring. Now this ring is something special. It was shinny gold with the class of "96", WHOOP, engraved on it. Now Roc just saw something shiny and he figured it must taste as good a it looks. The Aggie glanced over at Roc just as he was licking his lips. He knew something wasn't right. He called for Roc, who seemed just fine, and then looked around the table for his aggie ring, which is where the Aggie had set his ring. The Aggie thought to himself, "Roc swallowed my aggie ring." Not knowing what to do immediately, the Aggie called the A&M Vetinary clinic. The Aggie Vetinarian told the Aggie to monitor Roc's poop until the ring passed. This went on for days and the Aggie was tired of probing through steaming poo and falling down icy stairs. So he called the vet clinic one more time and they said bring him in. The Aggie took ole' Roc in to the vet clinic where they had to take a radiograp of his stomach. Sure enough, there was the Aggie's ring, sitting jus perfect in the second sphincter of the stomach, letting all foods pass through. Well till this day, that radio graph is used by the vet clinic at their anual open house. Who knew that swallowing an aggie ring would make a dog, Roc, famous.
MORNING: Monday 9:00am to 9:45am
AFTERNOON: Thursday 3:30pm to 4:30pm
If you cannot make either of these times, please message me via email at email@example.com, or send me a message in google classroom.