Welcome to Chemistry, IB Chemistry, and ForensicsMrs. KitzanRoom 2026907-746-8400I am a 2010 graduate of the University of Montana with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Education. After teaching for a year in southeastern Idaho, my husband and I moved to Alaska in the summer of 2011. I taught for four years at Wasilla High School and I am starting my fourth year at Palmer High in the fall of 2018. I am highly qualified to teach Chemistry, Physical Science, and Math and love all things science and math.
ChemistryGuidelines for Success
- Come to class every day!
- Finish and turn in your work on time. Students that complete their work on time routinely perform better on tests and quizzes.
- Come and see Mrs. Kitzan before school, after school, or during PHARM if you need help. I can't help you if you don't ask.
- YouTube is a wonderful science-help resource. Stuck on a topic? Search "topic name help" on YouTube. Odds, are, lots of other people need help with the same thing.
- Study for tests. Simply reading through your notes is probably not enough for most students to prepare for a test. Go through all assignments and look for things you struggled with. Make sure you understand how to do them before the test.
- You get out what you put in. Students that put in extra time are usually far more successful than those who spend no extra time studying.
Last Modified on August 14, 2018
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