Rebecca Moreno

IPC (Integrated Physics and Chemistry), Chemistry and Chemistry Honors

 

Welcome Students and Parents  

 

We will be returning to regular in-person classroom instruction.  We will be using Google classroom for classroom absences and quarantine.  If you are absent/quarantined and need me to communicate lessons and return work daily, you will need to get your google email that is given through the school.  If you do not know yours and need it, please contact me through email (rmoreno@weimarisd.org) or through remind (codes and directions are listed in the two boxes below).  To log into the appropriate google class you will also need a google classroom code.  These codes are different for each class. You will need to contact me using the email address above for the correct code.  It will be your responsibility to contact me for more help. 

Please check in regularly for updates. I will be calling parents/students to make sure you have a way of contacting me.

My Schedule and Remind codes for each class:

Text the code to the number 81010.

1st Period:  IPC @bkde8g

2nd period:  Chemistry Honors @f263d4

3rd period: IPC @bkde8g

4th period: IPC @bkde8g

5th period: Chemistry @cbc36d

6th period: Chemistry @cbc36d

7th period: SWAG 

8th period: Conference

My Contact Information

email:  rmoreno@weimarisd.org

phone number:  HS office 979.725.9504

Remind codes are next to the schedule at the left.  Text the code to the number 81010.

 

 

ALL ABOUT ME

Just some quick info about me...I was born in Louisville, Kentucky and moved to Alabama when I was four.  My family lived there until I was 16 when we moved to Texas.  My father was a Presbyterian minister and junior college English instructor.  He passed away in 2004.  My mother has been a OB/GYN nurse most of her life and eventually moved to nurse administrator before she retired.  She currently lives in Weimar.  

I graduated from a private, international school, Presbyterian Pan American High School, in Kingsville, Texas.  I went on to college at Texas A&I University in Kingsville, Texas.  I received a Bachelors of Science degree in Mathematics with a minor in Chemistry.  I went back to obtain college hours for my teaching certificate.  I taught physical science and pre-algebra in Carrizo Springs, Texas; biology and chemistry in Bruni, Texas; algebra 1 in Kingsville, Texas.  While in Kingsville, I completed my Masters of Science in Mathematics with a minor in Statistics at Texas A&M University.  I moved back to Carrizo Springs and taught algebra 2 and geometry at the high school and remedial math classes and college algebra for Southwest Texas Junior College in Uvalde, Texas. During this time, my first child, Rebecca Eleza was born.  From there, I moved to Waelder, Texas where I was jack-of-all-trades:  algebra 1 & 2, geometry, and precalculus classes, student council advisor, NHS advisor, and Student advisor.  While in Waelder, my second child, Christopher Michael was born.  I taught algebra 2 at Bastrop High School for one year. During this time, I also worked for Blinn College in Schulenburg, Texas as a college math instructor. In 2009, I came to Weimar and have taught algebra 1 & 2, geometry, chemistry, IPC, Environmental Science, TAKS and STAAR Prep classes and continued to teach for Blinn College.  This will be my 29th year teaching.  Let's make it a good one!

IPC

1st period, 3rd period, 4th period

Grade Assessments will be made as follows:

45% Major Grades:  Tests & Projects

55% Daily Work:  Quizzes & Classwork/Homework & Lab

Please Note:  Classwork/Homework 

                       assigned daily

Chemistry Honors and Chemistry

2nd period, 5th period, 6th period

Grade Assessments will be made as follows:

45% Major Grades:  Tests & Projects

55% Daily Work:  Quizzes & Classwork/Homework & Lab

Please Note:  Classwork/Homework 

                       assigned daily