Kathryn (Kady) Bryant
Office Hours: 2:15pm-3:30pm
Everyday except Fridays. Before school appointments can be scheduled with me directly.
You can access the syllabus for my classes following the links below:
After reading the syllabus please sign the course expectancy document for the class your student is enrolled in. The corresponding links are listed below:
All notes, important dates, and extra assignments will be posted on the canvas website. The link to the website is posted below. The students use their school login information to access canvas. Students and parents can also keep track of the grades in the class by accessing student vue or parent vue in the respective links below.
1st hour - Chemistry
2nd hour - Prep
3rd hour - Chemistry
4th hour - Chemistry
5th hour - Chemistry
6th hour - Chemistry
Apache Junction HS
Central Arizona College - Associates of Science
University of Arizona - Bachelors of Science
University of Arizona - M. Ed. in Teaching and Teacher Education
This is my third year here with Higley High School and I am looking forward to another fantastic year with these students at Higley. I have a passion for all fields of science; in college I studied subjects from ecology to microbiology. During my undergraduate experience I was able to work in a research lab that studied how students learn science, retain information, and the best settings they can be in to give them the highest success rate. While I am not working I enjoy multiple outdoor activities, such as hiking, kayaking, camping, jet skiing and traveling with my fiance, Joe. I also love spending time with my family on Sundays.
Thanks to the plethora of technology students have access to, many of them have began to develop an "I want it now" mindset. Critical thinking is often overlooked when you have the power of Google at your fingertips. I firmly believe that all students have the ability to participate in inquiry based learning and develop a higher level of thinking. Over many years a stigma has been placed on science subjects stating they are too difficult. I aim to show students that science simply shows us a new way of looking at our world and that everyone has the potential to be a scientist.
"...[N]o matter what kind of person you are, I implore you: Try. Try to make the world a better place. Look inside yourself and recognize that change starts with you." -Judy Hops, Zootopia (2016).