Mrs. Howe



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Mrs. Howe

Hello!  My name is Heather Howe and I teach High School Science.  I have worked as a teacher at Wrangell High School since 2011 and began teaching Science since 2014.  

I moved to Wrangell in August 2010 from Wisconsin.  As you can imagine, I love cheese and the Packers! Go Pack Go!  My family has made many trips to and from the Midwest.  We love to camp and sight-see along the way!

My husband and I have three wonderful kiddos, Clayton, Amelia (Millie), and Bennett, and a pup, named Milo!  They are full of energy and keep us very busy. 

I love learning and am so excited to share that passion with you!  Education is a key component in empowering students to become positive contributions to our world. 

My classroom website can be found here:

Grading Policy

  • Grading Policy

    • Assignments must include student's name and class period.  It is the student's responsibility to place assignments in the proper basket (labeled by class period). 
    • Assignment due dates are posted in Powerschool Gradebook, as well as discussed in class.
    • Study Guides, given before each test, are graded as pass or fail.  If all questions are attempted the student earns a 100%.  If any question is left blank or directions are not followed the student earns a 0%. 
    • Corrections may be made to assignments, labs, and daily quizzes. Students may earn up to half of the missed points back by making corrections. 
    • Corrections must include the page number of the textbook in which students found the correct answer.

    Late Work:

    • Late work may be turned in after the due date.  The highest grade students are able to earn on late work is 70%. 
    • Late work and assignment corrections will be accepted until students take the chapter test on that material.

    Extra Credit:

    • Students may complete one extra credit assignment per chapter test. 
    • In order to earn extra credit, students must follow the directions to complete an article review of a reputable science-related article. 
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