Mrs. Julie Battaglia

Phone: 7858325050

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Degrees and Certifications:

Degrees: Bachelor of Science in Biology / Minor in Chemistry / Emphasis in Botany from Metropolitan State College of Denver in Denver, CO Masters of Science in Educational Leadership from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO Teacher Certification 7th - 12th grade Biology Completed all coursework for English as a Second Language endorsement from K-State University AVID Science, Coordinator and Elective teacher trained Accomplishments: Lawrence Public Schools Secondary Master Teacher of the year - 2017/2018

Mrs. Julie Battaglia

Fall 2020 Classes
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1st Hour: Biology
MTuThF 8:00-8:55am, W 8:00-8:47am
2nd Hour: Plan
MTuThF 9:00-9:55am, W 8:52-9:39am
3rd Hour: Biology
MTuThF 10:00-10:55am, W 9:44 - 10:31am
4th Hour: Advanced Biology
MTuThF 11:00-11:55am, W 10:36-11:23am
5th Hour: Biology
MTuThF 12:26-1:21pm, W 11:54-12:41pm
6th Hour: Advanced Biology
MTuThF 1:26-2:21pm, W 12:46-1:33pm
7th Hour: Biology
MTuThF 2:26-3:22pm, W 1:38-2:26pm
 
 
I am so excited to be teaching Biology at Lawrence High School! 
           Prior to teaching at LHS, I was at Liberty Memorial Central Middle School where I taught 6th grade science and was the building AVID Coordinator.  Before that, LMCMS was Central Junior High School and I taught 9th grade Biology and Advanced Biology there.    
          I currently hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with an emphasis in Botany and a minor in Chemistry and a Masters of Education in Educational Leadership.  I have had a lot of experience in the science field.  I have been a garden coordinator for a non-profit organization in Denver, Colorado where I managed an organic farm and over thirty school gardens.  At the same time I worked for a second non-profit organization called "Embracing Horses" in Denver, Colorado where I took care of over 25 horses and helped with the inner-city horse back riding program. For several years, I have volunteered with veterinarians in Colorado as well as Kansas. In addition, I previously sat on the Instutute of Animal Care and Use Committee at the University of Kansas.   It is a joy to be able to put my love of plants and animals together through teaching Biology.
         On a more personal note, I live in Lawrence and am within walking distance of LHS.  I am married and my husband works at the Spencer Museum of Art. I have two children, one is at Cordley Elementary and the other is at Lawrence High School.  Both have many activities they are involved in.  I also have two step sons, one lives in Lawrence and the other lives in Detroit, Michigan.   I have way too many pets -  Great Dane named Walleye,  Corgi named Dak,  gecko named Juno, bearded dragon named Noodle, hamster named Mo and many fish.