Science

Science 6 Student with Cylinder

At SAS, Middle School students assume the role of scientists as they explore the life, physical, and earth sciences and their interconnections. The entire campus is their laboratory as they pursue many hands-on lab and outdoor projects, culminating in an independent research project. Students learn accurate data recording procedures by maintaining detailed lab notebooks, learning to write formal lab reports by the end of 8th grade science. Students are challenged to look for the “why" behind the facts and gain critical thinking skills. 

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Peggy Ankney

Peggy Ankney

Titles: Physics, Game Administrator, House Parent (Watts)
Degrees: B.S., Physics, University of Wisconsin - Parkside
M.S., Physics, North Texas State University
Ph.D., Physics, University of Central Florida
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Kelley Black

Kelley Black

Titles: Academic Dean/Associate Head of School, Advanced Biology, Tennis (Head)
Degrees: B.A. English, Sewanee: The University of the South
M.S. Biology, University of Texas
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School: 931.463.2135
Marion Knoll

Marion Knoll

Titles: Science, IDE8, Swimming (Head), 8th Grade Class Coordinator
Degrees: B.S., Sewanee: The University of the South
M.Ed., The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
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Viva Reynolds

Viva Reynolds

Titles: Educational Technology Coordinator, Information & Literacy Department Chair, Middle School Science, Special Studies, Innovation, 7th Grade Class Coordinator
Degrees: B.A., California State University
M.A., University of Wyoming
Ph.D., University of Kentucky
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Phone Numbers:
School: 931.598.5651 ext. 1001