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Denise Scribner




Welcome to Ms. Scribner's

Ecology, Biology, and Forensic Science webpage


Parents--you will find valuable information re my contact information, tips for helping your student, class rules, class syllabus, and class grading policies in the section labeled Parent's Corner (scroll down to listing below).  See the class's Lesson Plans by date for detailed information and attachments. 

Students (and Parents), go to:  to get to know me.  Also check out the information below for your class. Our EHS library now has over 350 e-book titles.  For information on how to download to specific devices is located at:   Click on the “Parents” link; Choose eBook Information; Click “How to Login, Search, & Download an eBook”; Select your specific device.

Ecology Click here for a video about my Ecology class; online textbook is no longer available.  Also check out our FACEBOOK site at "Eisenhower High School Ecology Class," click here   Like and Follow the page. 

Check out our video about the on-campus O.W.L.S. area:

Check your enegy I.Q.

Thinking about your future? You have the power to make a difference today and in the future by becoming an agent of change. Check out these careers for the environment at:

2012--EHS was Green Ribbon School Awardee; 2013--Kansas Green School of Excellence Awardee; 2015--Eco Schools Green Flag Awardee (1 of 4 in nation); 2015--named one of top 10 Eco Schools in the nation (9/29/15) by National Wildlife Federation--see WICHITA EAGLE article and video at 


 Forensic Science- Click here for a video about my Forensic Science Class; also check out our FACEBOOK site at "Eisenhower High School Forensic Science Class," click here   Like and Follow the page.  Two teams of 4 students (8) will be selected from the class to participate in the State (April 2018) and National (KY June 2018) competition at Skills USA on Forensic Crime Scene Processing (all expenses paid by WATC).  We build our own textbook in class, for further information are at: additional help available from: 

Exploring criminal justice careers:

Forensic Psychology Programs -

Master’s in Forensic Psychology Guide - 

Top Forensic Science Degrees -

Careers in STEM -

Explore Forensic Science Degrees -

Forensic Nursing Programs -

Scholarships, Programs, and Organizations for Women in STEM -


Biology--Go to: for a video about what we will be doing in my biology class; also check out our FACEBOOK class page site at “Eisenhower High School Biology Class – Ms. Scribner” Like and Follow the page.




BYOD I permit the use of electronic devices in my class room for note taking, Internet access and educational uses.

  Connecting to the USD265-BYOD network from your mobile device.

  1. Make sure the wireless antenna is enabled on your device.
  2. Select USD265-BYOD from the list of available networks.
  3. Once connected, open a network browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome) and you will be presented with a registration page.  If not, attempt to go to and you will then be prompted to log in.
  4. If you are a faculty/staff/student of the district, use your windows login information to log in.  This is the same information you currently use to log into district computers.
  5. If you are a parent/guest of the school district, click the “Guest of Goddard Public Schools” link at the bottom of the window and follow the instructions provided on that page.


2017-2018 Classes

  • 1st (7:35-8:29 a.m.) -  Biology
  • 2nd (8:34-9:28 a.m.) -  Biology
  • 3rd hour ( 9:33-10:27 a.m.) -  Planning Period—best time for parents to call at 316-794-4190 ext 34124
  • 4th hour (10:32-11:26 a.m.) -  Ecology
  • 5th hour (11:31-12:53 p.m.) -  Forensic Crime Science
  • 6th (12:58-1:52 p.m.) - Forensic Crime Science
  • 7th (1:57-2:51 p.m.) -  Ecology

ECO-MEET Team  --  Due to the lack of interest in forming a team this year, EHS will not be attending the 2017 competition.

SCIENCE CLUB—Our next meeting of the school year will be on rescheduled for Wednesday, March 14, 2018. We will be doing some Leggo physics activities with motion and code breaking.  The meeting is immediately after school RM 124 and we will have special holiday snacks.  Membership dues is $5 per person—payable in cash—new members always welcome. Click here to go to Science Club Facebook page.  

SkillsUSA—forensic crime science students—Due to the lack of interest (no one registered in December 2017), we will not be fielding a team for competition in April 2018.