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Ms. Leslie Colvin

Hi there, Rattlers!

I'm Ms. Colvin, and I'll be mixing it up with you in Chemistry!   I am very excited to start my first full year as part of the Reagan community.  I taught Spring semester Biology here at Reagan last year, so some of you will have me for Chemistry this year.  To those I had last year, welcome back.  To those that are new, just plain old welcome!  This year is going to be a bit different, but different doesn't always mean difficult!  We are going to approach this year together with a can-do attitude, and we'll breeze through it. 

I attended Delta State University, where I studied both Science and Music Performance and graduated with degrees in both.  I worked in my home state of Arkansas in the chemical field for about 10 years, doing QA/QC work in polymer science, and then as a research assistant in the bioengineering field.  I then moved to San Antonio and taught Chemistry and Biology at Boerne Hight School for three years. 

I have real-world experience and look forward to connecting our learning to the world around us. I'm looking forward to getting to know each and every one of you this year!  See you soon, and STRIKE EM!

  • If you would like to contact me, please email me at:

    I'm available by email and zoom, and can call you if you'd prefer that method of contact.  


    Please make sure to check Skyward for grade updates, as I do not update grades within Google Classroom.  Our grades are pulled from Skyward, so it will always be accurate. 

    Parents feel free to join your child's Google Classroom as a guardian to receive updates and info on due dates, missing assignments, and more.  


    I look forward to meeting each one of you!  Welcome to Reagan!  STRIKE EM!

  • A-Days (M, W, F)

    1st Period Chemistry: 10:00 - 11:00 

    3rd Period Chemistry: 1:15 - 2:15

    4th Period Chemistry: 2:25 - 3:25


    B-Days (Tues, Thurs)

    5th Period Chemistry: 10:00 - 11:30

    6th Period Chemistry: 12:20 - 1:50  ( A-Lunch)

    7th Period Chemistry: 1:55 - 3:25