• Ms. Kroeger



    Subjects / Classes Taught:  Integrated Biology and Chemistry, room 203

    Certifications:  Secondary Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, General Science; National Board Certificaton in Science-Biology, Community College Dual Enrollment-Biology

    Teaching Experience:  Chemistry at Phoenix Coding Academy, 1 year; Biology, Chemistry, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Epidemiology, and Wildlife Ecology at Bioscience High School, 9 years; Biology and Human Anatomy and Physiology at South Mountain High School, 4 years; Biology 202 South Mountain Community College, 1 year; 7th and 8th grade science, Frank Borman Middle School, 2 years.

    Degree(s):  M.A. Science Teaching, Northern Arizona University  B.S. Zoology and Biological Aspects of Conservation, University of Wisconsin-Madison

    Email:  skroeger@phoenixunion.org

    Room #:  203

    Club(s) Sponsored:  National Honor Society, Cooking Club

    Tutoring/Office Hours:  7:30 a.m.-8:00 a.m. M-F and M, T, W, F 3 p.m.-4p.m.

    A little about me......

    I'm excited to be starting my 17th year of teaching and my second year at Phoenix Coding Academy.  I love learning about science and technology as well as working closely with students and other teachers in a small school environment, so being here at Coding Academy is a great opportunity for me to share my excitement and for me to learn and grow as well.  I am also the mother of a 12-year-old boy, a new black lab puppy, and a grumpy chihuahua, all of whom  keep me very busy when I'm not at school.  My family and I spend lots of time outside gardening and actively exploring our world.  I also love to cook, and like to incorporate the biology and chemistry behind the food that we eat as much as possible into the classroom.  I teach on the 10th grade team, where we have created an integrated experience with all of the 10th grade courses through the use of our 5 investigations throughout the year.