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Janie Womack


Daily Schedule

1st  Period  Physics   8:00-8:45
2nd Period   Physics 8:50-9:35

3rd Period

  Principles of Technology  9:40-10:25
4th Period Principles of Technology   10:30-11:15
5th Period  Physics   1:00-1:50
6th Period Anatomy and Physiology  1:20-2:05
7th Period   Planning Time 2:10-2:55
8th Period

 Planning Time



Janie Womack      903-671-3412    



      Click the link to find your Class Syllabus for more information about your class. 

          Principles of Technology


           Anatomy and Physiology

Supply List for all classes: 

  • Pen and pencil
  • Wide rule notebook paper
  • Folder or binder 
  • Composition book ( approximately 200 pages) 
  • Scientific or graphing calculator
  • One of the following if you want to add to classroom set- map pencils, ruler, scissors, construction paper


This class involves field and laboratory investigations, use of scientific methods and critical thinking skills to solve problems in order to make informed decisions. Students study a variety of topics including motion, force, energy, momentum, thermodynamics, waves, electricity, magnetism, the atom, and light. Students apply mathematical models to solve problems surrounding these topics and collect data in scientific experiments in order to analyze, apply, and communicate these mathematical concepts.


Principles of Technoloty

This class uses a systems approach to investigate the physics of mechanical, fluid, electrical, and thermal systems. Students will use critical thinking skills to solve problems and make decisions related to technology applications of various systems. Communication, science, and mathematics skills are applied to allow the students to relate to and to better understand many of the technologies that use these systems. 


Anatomy and Physiology

Students conduct laboratory investigations using critical thinking and problem-solving strategies to study human anatomy and physiology. Instruction will integrate biology, chemistry, and physics to analyze the structure and function of the human body. They will relate structure to function om  the body’s response to forces, maintenance of homeostasis, electrical interactions, the body’s transport systems, and energy systems. 





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