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Dr. Dana McCullough » Welcome to 2018-2019

Welcome to 2018-2019

My name is Dana McCullough.  I have been teaching science in Columbia County for 26 years. I graduated from Evans High School in 1983.  I have a B.S. in Biology from Augusta College (now known as Augusta University), a M.S. in Biology from Georgia Southern University, and a Doctorate in Curriculum and Cultural Studies from Georgia Southern  University.  I love hiking, biking, kayaking, bird watching, reading, writing and spending time with family and friends.  I have a wonderful husband and two sons.  I also have two little girls (pups), Jessie and Violet, and granddoodles named Chipper (Labradoodle) and Teddy (Goldendoodle).  
 
I am excited about working with you and your family this year.  Please communicate early and often. My email address is dmccullough@ccboe.net
 
Please make sure you can access your Infinite Campus.  If you are having troubles accessing your infinite campus please contact Mrs. Olliff in the Media center.
 
Please sign up for Remind with the following codes. You should receive a welcome message.
 
Class of 2022:  Send a text to 81010 or (706) -621-6656.  The text should say @3bd822
Forensics:  Send a text to 81010 or (706) 621-6656,  The text should say @96h2hc
Stem AP Biology: Send a text to 81010 or (706) 621-6656,  The text should say @8e7d62

CLASS OF 2019: Send a text to 81010.  The text should say @evans2019

Students will receive their Google Classroom Codes in Class.
 
 
 
 
 
Welcome to my class.  I am so excited about starting a new school year with each of you.  This is a new platform, I will try to figure out details quickly so I can keep you informed and provide a place for you to view class materials.  
 
Please email me if you have any questions:  dmccullough@ccboe.net
 
Supplies for STEM AP BIO
  • Basic paper, and notebook of your choice
  • Composition book (no spirals)
  • Black pens
  • Highlighters
  • Color pencils 
  • AP Review Guide of your choice (Samples will be available for you to review)
 
Supplies for Forensic Science
  • Basic paper, and notebook of your choice
  • Composition book (no spirals)
  • Black pens and pencils