JACKIE KITCHENHOFF
Physical Science
Northland High School
Room 129

Welcome to the Northland High School Physical Science Department! Hello - my name is Jackie Kitchenhoff. I have had the pleasure of teaching in the science department for over 20 years. I am married, have three adult children, one daughter-in-law, one son-in-law and 5 grandchildren. I welcome you to our site. Please explore all we have to offer at Northland High School.

My Telephone Number is:
(218)566-2352 extension 2015
You can also reach me by e-mail. My address is:
I have been fortunate to offer my curriculum for most of my courses through Schoology.  If you would like to sign up for an account or access my class'  curriculums, please notify me and I can add you to our Schoology coursework.  Here is the Schoology link for you to sign up for an accout: www.schoology.com .

My daily teaching schedule is:
Office Hour (7:30 - 8:20)
First hour (8:25 - 9:16): Physical Science 9
Second hour (9:20 – 10:10): Physical Science 9
Third hour (10:14 – 11:04) : Chemistry 10
Fourth hour (11:09 – 11:59): Academic Intervention
Lunch (11:59 – 12:24)
Fifth hour (12:28 – 1:18): CIS Chemistry 
Sixth hour (1:22 – 2:12): 
Prep
Seventh hour (2:16 – 3:06): Independent Study / Academic Intervention
Office Hour (3:06 - 3:30)

As you might already know, we do have a special Wednesday schedule. Here is my schedule on Wednesdays:

Office Hour (7:30 - 8:20)
First hour (8:25 - 9:06): Physical Science 9
Second hour (9:10 – 9:50): 
Physical Science 9
Third hour (9:54 – 10:34) : Chemistry 10
Advisory (10:38 - 11:08):  9th Graders
Fourth hour (11:12 – 11:52): Academic Intervention
Lunch (11:52 – 12:18)
Fifth hour (12:22 – 1:02):  CIS 
Chemistry 
Sixth hour (1:06 – 1:46):
Prep
Seventh hour (1:50 – 2:30): Independent Study / Academic Intervention
2:30-3:30: Specialized Trainings / Meetings
Physical science
Physical Science is the study of matter, energy and the changes that matter and energy undergo. An introduction to both chemistry and physics will be offered to students enrolling for this class. This course also offers a brief review of earth science topics.
Chemistry 10
Chemistry is a branch of physical science that studies the composition, structure, properties and change of matter. Chemistry is chiefly concerned with atoms and molecules and their interactions and transformations, for example, the properties of the chemical bonds formed between atoms to create chemical compounds.
CIS Chemistry
Chemistry is concerned with the properties of chemicals and the changes chemicals can undergo. This course is a College In the Schools Course offering students credit both in the high school and at Central Lakes College in Brainerd.