Phone: (281) 329 - 4657

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. Bioenvironmental Sciences - Texas A&M University, College Station Certifications: Science 4-8 English as a Supplemental Language AVID

Mrs. Sam Hill

Howdy! 

I'm Mrs. Hill! This is my third year teaching 8th grade science at FSMS. I graduated from Texas A&M in 2019 with a bachelor's degree in Bioenvironmental Sciences. Before becoming a teacher, I worked a variety of odd jobs, including working at the USDA in an entomology lab and at an ice cream shop (where I met my husband). I've always had a passion for science and enjoy sharing it with my students. My goal is for all my students to leave my class with the skills to problem solve and make educated choices so that they can advocate for themselves, regardless of if they choose to pursue a career in STEM. Science should be accessible to everyone. I'm also the FSMS Plant Club sponsor. In my free time, I enjoy annoying my husband and cats, taking care of my plants, listening to podcasts, and reading science nonfiction books and hilariously bad gothic fiction. I also enjoy watching college football (the Aggies), baseball (Astros), and hockey (the Stars, which I do so reluctantly but Houston doesn't have a hockey team. If you have connections to the NHL, please message me about my dream team: the Houston Swamp Rats). 

Please reach out to me if you have any questions about your student! 

 

 

  • Period 1: 8th Science AAC

    Period 2: 8th Science AAC

    Period 3: 8th Science

    Period 4: 8th Science AAC

    Period 5: 8th Science

    Period 6: Conference

    Period 7: 8th Science AAC

    Falcon Time: GT Advisory

  • Tutorials and Workshops:

     

    Mornings: 8:10 - 8:45am

    Afternons: 4:10 - 4:45pm

     

    Ms. Alexander: Wednesday morning, Wednesday afternoons

    Mrs. Cook: Monday afternoons, Tuesday mornings

    Mrs. Hill: Tuesday afternoons

     

    Tutorials are conducted regularly every week. Students that choose to attend tutorials must stay the entire tutorial time in the morning or leave campus immediately after in the afternoon (unless the student has another on-campus meeting). Some tutorials may be designated as "workshops" with set purposes and activities. Workshops will be announced in class, via Schoology, and on the 8th grade ELA/Science Pod hall calendar.