Mrs. Jacquelyn Salazar
This year I have the privilege of teaching Team 7-1 students!
The 2017-2018 school year here at Manzano Middle School will be one filled with exciting new adventures in learning. The students will be challenged to their highest potential. A new challenge for this year will be the 7th grade Writing STAAR exam in April and an immersion of LIFE SCIENCE objectives . In order to prepare for this I will need your cooperation. I need my students to come prepared to class everyday. This means they need supplies ( a list will be provided), a restful body, appropriate attire (refer to student handbook), a positive and respectful attitude, and the willingness to learn. Unexcused absences and tardies will not be tolerated, as they interfere with instruction. Please reinforce these expectations to your children and review them daily. I will provide you with the rules for my class along with the rewards and consequences for not following them. The reason these rules are put into place is to ensure that each child receives every minute of quality instruction they deserve. My syllabus outlines the science objectives and when they will be taught. Progress reports are generated by the school every 3rd week and will be sent to you only if your child is failing (69 or lower) or in danger of failing (74-70). If you have any questions please feel free to call me at school. Thank you , and I look forward to being your child’s 7th grade science teacher.
Let's have a Great and productive School Year here at Manzano Middle School!
EXPERIMENT...Fail... Learn.. REPEAT! That is what science is all about.
J. Salazar/Science/ F117
University of Texas-Brownsville
Bachelors of Science
Major Biology and Minor Chemistry
Manzano Middle School 2012- Present
- 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Science teacher
Lucio Middle School 1998-2012
- 6th, 8th grade Science teacher
Pace High School
-9th grade BIOLOGY 1997
Science Fair Sponsor
8th grade Science
Phone: (956) 548-9800
Conference Time: Tuesdays & Thursdays from
10:18 a.m. - 11:04 a.m.