• SUB WORK FOR 4/18 & 4/19

    Materials needed: 

    • Unit 10 Notes Packet
    • Unit 10 Worksheet Packet
    • Headphones
    • A device that can connect to the internet
    • a pen/pencil

    Assignment for all classes:

    • Complete the unit 10 notes:

    By clicking the link below, you will be taken to videos of Mr. LaCour-Roy going through the notes. Be sure to complete all notes and take note of additional subjects addresses

    Unit 10 notes videos: https://screencast-o-matic.com/u/1nff/Unit10SolutionChem

    • Complete the Unit 10 worksheet problems: 
      • All students should have a unit 10 worksheet packet. Use the completed notes to help you in completing the notes. You may WHISPER to collaborate with those near you, should you need help. Be sure to try your best based on the notes that you have done. If you need to rewatch a video to do you please do so.
    • Study:
      • Should you happen to complete the first 2 assignments, then study the vocabulary and the first 3 sections of the notes. This is what your quiz will cover on FRIDAY.


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  • Tutorials:

    • Wed: 6:45 AM-7:15 AM
    • Thur: 2:20 PM -2:45 PM
    • *Appointments should be made for tutorials on different days/times.

    Conference Period:

    • Mon-Thur:  7:15 AM - 8:40 AM
    • Fri: 7:15 AM - 8:05 AM

     Course Schedule: 

    • 1st: Conference/Planning
    • 2nd: ACA Chemistry
    • 3rd: Pre-AP Chemistry
    • 4th: Pre-AP ACA Chemistry


    • 5th: Conference/Planning
    • 6th: ACA Chemistry
    • 7th: ACA Chemistry
    • 8th: Pre-AP Chemistry


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Mr. LaCour-Roy

Phone: 281-727-1600


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in BiologyComposite Science Certification

Mr. LaCour-Roy

Hello, I am very excited to join the Turner High School's science department as a chemistry and biology instructor. My original interest in science began as an interest in health. In fact, I attended Houston's Michael E. DeBakey High School for Health Professions with the intent of becoming a veterinarian. However, somewhere along that path, I realized that my interest in medicine was part of an even larger appeal to the scientific enigma of life. I hope to share that beauty and wonder of science with all of my students.