Degrees and Certifications:
AAS Electronics Systems Technology BS Interdisciplinary Studies M.Ed. Educational Technology Leadership
Mrs. Kimberly Wrick
I am entering my 19th year of teaching- all of them in Azle ISD! I taught elementary school (4th grade) for 11 years at Liberty Elementary, middle school (at Forte) for 4 years, and now this is my 4th year at AHS. I teach Intro to Engineering, Principles of Engineering (Engineering Science), Robotics, Intro to Drones/UAV, and Industrial Refrigeration.
I earned my AAS in Electronics Systems Technology through Community College of the Air Force, my Bachelor's in teaching at UNT, and my Master's in Educational Technology Leadership through Lamar University. I love to learn and hope to communicate that same love to my students.
I have lived in Texas since I was 19 years old but was born in Maine. I joined the U.S. Air Force and was stationed in Texas - I have been here ever since. I have been married to my husband, Jim, for 31 years and we have two amazing daughters, Kristin and Rachel. Our youngest daughter is a Senior this year at AHS.
I like to spend time with my family, cook, read, swim, and play computer games when I have any spare time.
- Course Syllabus / Expectations
- Information about the class
- Your expectations for participation, turning in assignments, behavior expectations
- What you want students to learn from taking the class
- Grading Guidelines
- Daily work counts 60%
- Major grade counts 40%
- Make-Up Work
- Assignments / tests can be made up after absences. Students are to complete the work not to exceed the number of days of consecutive absences.
- Late Work
- Students can turn in work until a major grade is taken over the content.
- A grade of 80 is the maximum grade for late work.
- How you want parents to contact you
- Teacher conference time
- Teacher email
How you will communicate with the parent