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B.S Human Development and Family Sciences Science 7-12

Miss Adrianna Alexander

Hi There!

I’m Miss Alexander and this will be my first full year teaching 8th grade Science. I graduated with my Bachelors of Science in Human Development and Family Science from the University of Texas at Austin (Hook Em!) Before becoming a teacher, I worked as a recruiter for Amazon and helped Software Developers get jobs. I was born and raised in Houston by my 2 awesome parents and my little sister. I wanted to be a teacher because it runs in my family – my grandma was an English teacher and my grandpa a Biology teacher. Science has always been in my life and I think is so important. Science encourages creativity, problem solving skills, and continues the development of the love of learning. When I am not teaching, I enjoy reading, cooking, shopping, and hanging out with my friends and family. I have a Siamese cat named Coconut and she is the funniest kitty you’ll ever meet! I am so excited for this year and I cannot wait to meet you all!


Teacher Schedule

  • 1st Period - 8th Science AAC 

    2nd Period - 8th Science AAC

    3rd Period - 8th Science AAC 

    4th Period - 8th Science AAC 

    5th Period - 8th Science AAC 

    6th Period - Conference 

    7th Period - 8th Science 


Teacher Tutorial Schedule

    • Wednesday mornings - 8:10 - 8:45
    • Wednesday afternoons - 4:10 - 4:45 

    Miss Alexander - Wednesday AM and PM 

    Mrs. Hill - Tuesday PM 

    Mrs. Cook - Monday PM and Tuesday AM 

    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.