Mrs. McManus (formerly Lundberg), NBCT

8th Grade Science


room 2407

View of Mt. Adams taken from SW Washington

                              Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year!!                                           


    Let's start the year off right! I look forward to getting to know my new students this year as well as their parents/families. Please contact me with any questions/comments/concerns either via email or phone. 

My schedule is as follows:

1st per  Science
2nd per Science
3rd per Science 
4th per Planning 
5th per Science
              Classroom Expectations:                   
            1. Be Respectful
               2. Be Responsible
           3. Be Prepared
                                 4. Be On Time                       

Parent/Family Expectations!!
  Yes, I have "expectations" for you too! Taking an active role in your student's Baker experience is a great way to ensure success.  Read together, talk about homework, ask questions often, and call/email me whenever you need further clarifications. Don't forget to check your student's grades online regularly. This is another great way to stay informed. (To access the link directly to the login page, click the "grades" tab to the left).


A little about me (in case you were wondering)...

I have been teaching at Baker for 11 years now and feel very fortunate to be working with an amazing staff and community. I was born and raised in Tacoma, WA, but have lived in many places, including: Bellingham, WA, SE Alaska, Yukon Territory, Canada, and Sun Valley, Idaho. I love sports and used to play competitive fastpitch. I am an avid hiker, adventurer, reader, lover of nature and animals, and learning new things.

        My dog, Darby Dower


Academic Bio:

National Board Certification, 2012- Early Adolescent Science

City University - 2005-2006
      Master's in Teaching  
                 K-8 endorsement
                        Science endorsement

Western Washington University - 1995-2000
             B.A. Exercise Science
                minor- Psychology

Curtis High School - 1992-1995
       HS Diploma,

Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. 

       Ralph Waldo Emerson