Mrs. Fulton was born in Sullivan, MO. She grew up in Stafford, Virginia. Graduated from Virginia Tech in December 2000 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and a BA in Chemistry. She got her Masters degree in education from Missouri Baptist University. She is Married to Mr. Fulton and have four children Tyler White, Brayden White, Jacob Fulton, and Ansley Fulton . She enjoys spending time with her family and church family. If she has the time she likes to read.
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7:15- 7:45 Monday – Wednesday, Friday and every other Tuesday by appointment
3:00-4:30 Monday – Friday (Verify with Mrs. Fulton to make sure she can stay)
Integrated Science – This subject attempts to integrate the study of composition of matter into the scientific disciplines of Physics, Biology, Chemistry, and Geology. Students are expected to have some prior knowledge of those subjects and mathematical comprehension. This subject is aimed at a practical understanding with some academic advancement.
Chemistry – This course is a study of fundamental chemical concepts, such as atomic theory and its relation to chemical behavior, chemical bonding, the mole and stoichiometry, molecular kinetics, energy relationships, and equilibrium. Emphasis is placed on the utilization of mathematical, analytical, data acquisition, and communication skills as well as interdisciplinary approaches to discovery. Concepts and skills are reinforced by a strong emphasis on hands-on laboratory experiences and the integration of other branches of science. Applications to society, individuals, and the utilization of technology are included.
Forensics – This course is a survey course into the purpose and more basic functions with the Forensic Science field. Forensics is designed to challenge students with topics such as fingerprinting, DNA analysis, blood typing and spattering, trajectories (for ballistics as well as blood spattering) comparative anatomy, and chemical analysis of drugs, poisons, and trace evidence, and the dynamics of Physics. The students will all be given the tools to interpret data and techniques involved for both chemical and biological analysis of evidence.