Hello! My name is Katie Jeno and I am the Biology and Science in the Community teacher this year at EHHS. I am thrilled to be teaching in such an amazing district and among a beautiful landscape.
A little bit about me:
I originally am from Stevensville, Montana in the heart of the Bitterroot Valley. After high school, I attened Montana State University in Bozeman where I earned my Bachelor's degree in science education. I have since taught in eastern Montana covering all science subjects from Earth Science, to Biology, to Physics. I absolutely love working in education. My husband and I (along with our dog, Tanka) recently moved to the area. I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to work and live in such a beautiful area with access to the water and mountains. When I am not in school you can probably find me hiking in the mountains, fishing in a stream, rollerskating, or tucked into a good book.
My teaching philosophy:
My primary goal as a science teacher is to give your student the tools they need to be a successful and engaged citizen far beyond their high school years. I believe that through understanding the basic principles of science and engineering that students can be more informed and educated citizens in their adult life. I aim to provide real-world relevance with everything I teach and to provide students with skills to help them become life long learners.