My name is Donna White and I'm an alumni of Campbellsville Schools and I'm VERY proud of that fact. I graduated from CHS in 1987. I think we have the greatest school system of all! GO EAGLES! I've been teaching for 13 years now and I love it as much as I did the first day I started! I obtained my BS from Campbellsville University and my Master's Degree from Western Kentucky University. I currently teach fifth grade science at CMS. I enjoy teaching science because it is very "hands on" and I love to watch the kids make discoveries.
I am married to Chuck White who also works for Campbellsville Schools and I have two daughters named Jenna and Mollie. Jenna is a nurse and Mollie is a freshman at the University of Kentucky. I have a one year old grandaughter, Aubrey who is so much fun. I also have a stepson named Brandon and a grandson named Isaiah who live in Campbellsville. My only sister, Lisa, lives in Elizabethtown and sells real estate. She has two daughters also. My parents are Donnie and Juantia Ford. My family is very important to me and I try to be with them as much as possible.
Besides teaching, I enjoy baseball, yard sales, swimming, reading, gardening, and anything my kids are doing at the time. I attend Robinson Creek Baptist Church where I help with the Children's Church Program.
8:00-9:00- 1st Period Economics/Spelling
9:04-9:43- 2nd Period Leadership
9:47-10:38 - 3rd Period Science
10:42-11:37- 4th Period Science
11:41-1:07 5th Period Science/Lunch
1:11-2:02 6th Period Science
2:06-3:00 7th Period Science
S - show respect (value yourself others and those around you)
O - on task (actively engaged in what you are being asked to do)
A - attitude (positive choices that promote leadership)
R - responsible (take ownership of your learning and behavior)
Homework is expected to be completed the day after it is assigned unless otherwise noted. If homework is late, students will lose one DOJO point for each day it is late. I will accept late work (better late than never!).
Students are expected to complete bellwork daily. It is to be kept on the same sheet of paper all week and turned in on Friday for a 100 point daily grade. Incomplete bellwork can cause a students grade to drop! In science class, bellwork is purely an effort grade. If students do their bellwork each day, keep up with it all week, and turn it in on Friday - they will get their 100 points.