Week 8: Organic Molecules

Mrs. Partin's Biology Class

Important Dates for the Week

This week will be an exciting one as we learn about the molecules that come together to form life. It is so important that you, the student, study this content as it sets a foundation for the concepts we will be learning for the rest of the semester. If you find yourself stumped along the way and needing extra help, please set an appointment for tutoring with me one morning!


Monday, 3/14: Biology "Check-In" Benchmark (not for a grade)


Thursday, 3/17: Organic Molecule Lab - Make sure to wear appropriate lab clothes (shoes with closed toe and heel, wear hair back, your "play clothes," and a GREAT Bulldog-worthy attitude!


Friday, 3/18: Organic Molecule Quiz

Organic Molecule Notes

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Online Biology Textbook: Chemistry of Life (ck12.org)

Should you find that you need additional reading and support as we learn about organic molecules, please take time to utilize these resources! This is also helpful should you find you are absent this week!

Mrs. Partin's Biology Class Syllabus

Please take time to look over the syllabus for my class. Students should expect to study the concepts learned in class at least 15-30 minutes each evening.
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About Mrs. Partin

I am a Nationally Board Certified Science Teacher with 9 years of teaching experience in North Carolina. In addition to teaching one block of Biology at Trinity High School, I am an instructor for North Carolina Virtual Public Schools and teach students across multiple classes of Physical Science. I am also a wife to my husband of 11 years and a mother to 3 children ages 8, 5, and 4 as well as a foster mother. In my free time, I enjoy traveling, serving our church in the areas of missions, as Co-Director for the Upward Basketball program, and on the music ministry, spending time with my family, reading, playing my flute, and running. I look forward to getting to know each of my students as they learn Biology!