Welcome to Mrs. Bebell’s Room!

Amy Bebell is the 3rd-8th grade science and social studies teacher. Students in her classes will gain skills to understand and care for the world around them. She got her teaching degree from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, where she majored in elementary education, with a specialty in science and a minor in earth science. She has a small homestead in Sedgwick where she raises sheep, chickens, rabbits, and vegetables and lives with her husband and daughter.
EMAIL: abebell@brooklinschool.org
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Contact: abebell@brooklinschool.org

 “All good things are wild and free

– Henry David Thoreau

Expectations for class:

  • I believe that all of you are able to learn math at the highest levels.
  • Come to class ready to learn and ask questions. Always ask yourself in math: why does this make sense?
  • Math is not about speed. I want you to be thinking deeply, finding connections between topics, and learning how others think about math.
  • Get ready to work in groups frequently. We will work on norms for great group behavior.
  • Homework will be given out on Monday through Thursday. In that homework, it is okay to make mistakes. These mistakes grow your brain.
  • I want you to experience a productive struggle in math. If it is easy, we need to dig deeper and find a challenge for you.
 

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Location:  41 School Street, Brooklin, Maine 04616

Telephone: (207) 359-2231

Email: lmunson@brooklinschool.org

School Hours: M-F: 7:45am - 3pm

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