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Elizabeth Peebles

Email
epeebles@psdschools.org
Room Number
514
About Me

Short Personal Description: 

Beth is a native Vermonter that moved to Fort Collins in 2010 to attend Colorado State University. In addition to teaching at Rocky, Beth is a Jazzercise instructor at a local studio. She finds incredible joy in expanding youthful minds by day and pushing people's physical limits at night! Beyond work, Beth is a wife, mother and an avid outdoor explorer. 

Educational and Professional Background: 

Beth comes to Rocky with multiple science degrees and years of industry experience. Her highest degree is a Masters of Education and others include: Biomedical Science (focus neurology). Veterinary Technology, and Liberal Studies. She has been teaching for six years, three at Greeley Central High and now Rocky Mountain. Beth is a proud Lobo-Cat! Some notable professional experiences include: medical research at Duke University in North Carolina. veterinary diagnostic work at CSU, and emergency nursing at the Fort Collins Vet Emergency Hospital. 

Courses currently teaching at Rocky and previous courses taught at Rocky: 

Current: Anatomy & Physiology, and Earth Systems Science. 21st Century Science. Previous: 21st Century Science, and Biology

What does the Lobo Way mean to me?: 

The Lobo Way is being keenly aware of the humanity around us. To have eyes that see the shared human condition, and a heart strong enough to have integrity in action. 

Interest & Hobbies: 

Beth enjoys everything from fishing to potluck meals to singing. If there is a chance to connect with others and learn a new skill, Beth will do it. 

Favorite Quote: 

"Great hearts steadily send forth the secret forces that incessantly draw great events"  -Ralph Waldo Emerson

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