A few things to know about Mrs. Reed:
- she has a little problem with peanut butter
- if it's not hard, it's not worth doing
- laughter is the best medicine
- good things can be found in the mess
- manners go a long long way
- Falling in love with learning is the best thing that can happen to anyone!
Julie Reed hails from the deep south but celebrates her abundant life in the foothills of Colorado with her three children, husband, and assorted furry and scaly friends. Though she misses the occasional fried green tomato, all things SEC, and sweet tea at every meal, her last 12 years on the Front Range has been full to the brim with opportunities for recreation, teaching, and community building. Julie was educated at Auburn University where she earned bachelor's and master's degrees in Science Education. She believes that science is EVERYWHERE; in blockbuster movies, on the basketball court, and even in our makeup bags. If your student says that science just isn't their "thing", Mrs. Reed is here to change their minds with engaging hands-on, inquiry-based learning (and occasional teaching from atop her desk)! Julie can usually be found wishing for an extension to the 24-hour day, rooting for the underdog, and wandering the school's hallways looking for her keys (or glasses). Mrs. Reed loves to communicate with parents...the true experts on her students...please feel free to reach out to her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" Mary Oliver, New and Selected Poems, 1992