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Jenkins, Natasha
Social Science Teacher, Yearbook Advisor, JH Scholars Bowl Sponsor

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Natasha Jenkins

History 101: Social Studies

Ms. J's Daily Schedule

1: 8:00a - 8:55a   Sophomore World History 

2: 9:00a - 9:55a   8th Grade American History 

3: 9:58a - 10:53a 6th Grade Ancient History 

4: 10:56 - 11:51a 7th Grade Kansas History 

5: 11:57 - 12:18p 7th Grade Seminar 

6: 12:49p - 1:44p Yearbook 

7: 1:47p - 2:42p   Plan Period 

8: 2:45p - 3:40p   Sociology 

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Ms. N.M. Jenkins

Ms. N.M. Jenkins

Email Ms. Jenkins

Jenkins, Natasha
Social Science Teacher, Yearbook Advisor, JH Scholars Bowl Sponsor

Ms. J: The Woman Behind The Desk

The small, rural town of Perry, Kansas served as my hometown for the first eighteen years of my life. I'm thankful for the upbringing small town Kansas provided. I attribute my solid foundation of a driven work-ethic and considerate nature to my small-town upbringing.

 

A graduate of Emporia State University (BSE; 2007), I spent my first ten years in the classroom at Ottawa High School, teaching sophomore world history and junior American history. I look forward to expanding my teaching experience with my new role at South Haven.

 

I am currently working on my Master's degree (MAT, specialization in American History & Government) through Ashland University in Ohio. My research focuses revolve around Kansas coal mining in Crawford and Cherokee Counties in the early 1900's and the related Women's March of 1921. As an educator, I work to explore new technologies that can make learning more interactive and hands-on. Additionally, I firmly embrace the multiple intelligences and cooperative learning practices in my classroom. 

 

I have a bright and entertaining daughter, Morgan, who is seven years old. I am steadily working on full blown 'crazy cat lady' status and enjoy spending time with my two cats, Luna and Astra. In my spare time I enjoy being outdoors and in nature, kayaking, hiking, or exploring different trails.

 

I can be reached via telephone at (620) 892-5215 (ext. 2117) on my planning period from 1:47p - 2:42p daily.