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Johnson, Heather
Science 6th & 7th

Heather Johnson


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About Mrs. Johnson

Heather and Derek ATV.jpgHello Panthers! My name is Heather Johnson and I am very excited to teach 6/7 Science at Los Cerros!  For the last few years I taught science at Orinda Intermediate School and I am so happy to be working in SRVUSD. Prior to becoming a teacher, I worked in many different jobs in the import/export field before taking time off to be at home with my three sons. My educational background includes a Multiple Subject Teaching Certificate from Cal State East Bay and a Foundational Science Teaching Credential from Cal State Hayward, but I still identify myself as a University of Washington Husky since I grew up in the Seattle area and earned my Bachelor’s degree at the UW. My sons keep me busy and the picture on my page is from a recent trip that we took to Pismo beach to ride ATVs.

I love teaching science because kids seem to look forward to coming to science class, and it is easy to teach a subject that students are interested in learning. In my class students will be encouraged to try new things, question results, and discuss concepts with their classmates. I enjoy seeing students have fun in my class and expect that this year will be a great success!

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