BHS Contact Information
BSCS Cool School
National Honor Society
Advanced Placement Classes
Suzanne D. Brown, Principal
Mrs. Brasher's Classroom
A little bit about me
I have been teaching science in Bridgeport since 2000. I received my Bachelors of Biology from U of M - Flint and also have my Masters of Science in Biology. I am married with 1 daughter, Olivia(9) and 1 son, Jacob (5) and my step daughter Chaylyn (12).
I will be teaching Biology, Physical Science, and Chemistry during the 2012/2013 school year.
I am in room 72.
You may contact me at (989)777-3100 ext: 4072 during my prep hour (7th hour) or e-mail at email@example.com...although this e-mail may change at some point to firstname.lastname@example.org
I encourage students/parents to use email (preferred) or call to get work when absent.
Please see the attached documents in the upper right corner for specific information on a particular class. LG's and Rubrics for LG's are subject to change and will be updated as needed.
I cannot stress enough the importance of establishing good home work and study habits. Please encourage your child's success and pry into their school life from time to time (or frequently for some).
Ask your child if they have homework every day. They have 6 classes during the day so it will be rare that they will not have any homework for more than one day at a time from any class.
If your child is the unorganized type or forgetful of due dates and test dates, ask to see the planner that they were issued at the beginning of the year and MAKE THEM USE IT!
For some, a weekly progress report followed by consequences or rewards at home is the way to go.
Provide a time and place for your child to study that is distraction free. This means no T.V., radio, computer, brothers, sisters... you get the picture.
Ask your child HOW they study for a test. They need a plan for this. Whether it be rewriting the notes, creating songs, studying with a friend, rereading materials from class¦ THEY NEED A PLAN!!!
GO TO PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES!!!!
If you don't care how they are doing, why should they?