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Chemistry

Course Number: 
8130/8131
Instructors: 
Mr. Chris Deeter

To take this course as a sophomore, a grade of ‘B’ or above must be issued in Algebra 1. Chemistry is a two-semester laboratory course for students of average to above-average ability in science and math. The course is intended to help the student develop an understanding of structure of matter and its interactions. All major areas of inorganic chemistry are covered. The course is designed to supply an adequate background for students who intend to enroll in college chemistry courses. Chemistry makes frequent use of math skills to solve chemical problems.

Biology

Course Number: 
8120/8121
Instructors: 
Mr. Lyle Ziems

Biology is a two-semester laboratory course for students of all abilities. Biology is a very diverse academic area specifically dealing with the study of life. This course focuses heavily on ecological principles related to biology – interactions and relationships between living things and their non-living environment. Traditional biology topics are also explored including: cell structure & function, reproduction, genetics, microbiology, botany, and zoology. Furthermore, the course includes the dissection of fetal pigs.

Physical Science

Course Number: 
8110/8111
Instructors: 
Mr. Chris Deeter

High school physical science is a two-semester course designed specifically for students seeking greater academic preparation before taking general chemistry and general physics. Students who do not desire to take chemistry/physics may choose this course as a source of required science credit for graduation. The physical science course serves as an introduction and reinforcement of principles and concepts related to both chemistry and physics – physics related concepts are the focus first semester and chemistry related concepts are the focus during second semester.

Mr. Chris Deeter

Chris Deeter began teaching at Lincoln Lutheran in 2003. He previously worked at Mayer Lutheran, Concordia University in Seward, UNL, and Goodrich Middle School. Mr. Deeter grew up in Indiana with his two sisters and one brother. He then went to Concordia in Seward. Chris is married to Tammy Deeter, and they have five children, Rachel, Alex, Nicholas, Emelia, and Maria. Mr.

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School Phone: 
(402) 467-5404
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Main Responsibilities: 
Science and Math Teacher
Courses: 
Physics
Courses: 
Chemistry
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Psychology

Ms. Lynn Biebighauser

Lynn Biebighauser (or Miss B to the middle school students) began her teaching career in the fall of 2007 at Lincoln Lutheran Middle/High School. She graduated from Concordia University in Wisconsin (“Go Falcons!”) and did her student teaching at two different schools in Wisconsin. She came to Lincoln Lutheran Middle/High School because she was excited about the opportunity to teach sixth grade. She felt that God was leading her here and she’s glad He did as she enjoys the sixth graders because they are “awesome!” She grew up in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, but she also spent time in St. Louis, Missouri, and Farmington, MN. She was blessed with her parents, three older brothers, and the family’s cocker spaniel, Tyler. At this point in time, she is single and living by herself. Her parents are currently serving at a church in Little Rock, Arkansas. Her brothers live in Moorhead, Minnesota, Detroit, Michigan, and Nottingham, England. She also has a nephew and niece. Aside from spending time with her family, she enjoys being taking part in various Bible Studies. She also loves to go shopping.

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Sixth Grade

Ms. Francee Bailey

A new face you may have seen around Lincoln Lutheran is sixth grade teacher Frances Bailey. She goes by Francee Bailey or more commonly Miss Bailey and she is from Palatine, IL. She attended Palatine High School and then went on to attend Concordia University in Wisconsin.

Miss Bailey decided to come to Lincoln Lutheran becuase she felt the Lord was calling her and she wanted to see what Husker football was all about! This is her first teaching job and she is loving it.

She teaches social studies, math and science. Her favorite memories of being at Lincoln Lutheran so far include the Sixth Grade Retreat, becoming closer with the staff, and just teaching the "amazing" sixth graders. She plans to help out with girls middle school basketball as an assistant coach.

Miss Bailey loves having the chance to watch her students grow in multiple ways. She says coming to Lincoln Lutheran each day is a joy and she looks forward to teaching students who in turn tech her to be a better person.

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Main Responsibilities: 
Science and Math