• teacher Welcome to 6th Grade Earth Science 


    Dear Parents and Guardians, 

              My name is Ms. Nicole Brouse. I am excited to have the opportunity to teach your child Science. Teachers need to work closely with parents and students to provide a positive atmosphere of communication and consistency. There is a quote that says, “The start of something new brings the hope of something great. Anything is Possible.” I will work diligently to educate your child so their first year here at Pine Hill will be a time of growth and success. 

              This year’s Science theme is Earth Science. We are beginning with a Geology Unit which includes the identification and formation of rocks, minerals, and fossils. Your son/daughter will be reading, writing, and exploring various aspects of all topics within the geology unit. Later units will include Weathering and Erosion, Inside the Earth, Water, Climate and Weather, and the Solar system. Science Fair Projects are a requirement for all middle school students. Students should begin thinking about a project idea. I would love to have some unique projects this year. Think freely and try to create a project like no other project at the fair! I will send home a packet of all the information you will need to assist your child with the project which will be assigned sometime in October to be finished right after the Christmas holiday, but for now, just start thinking of ideas for a topic.  

    For students to learn material, it is important to review materials outside class hours. Students are to review notes and vocabulary daily. Students will have an interactive notebook and lab journal. Vocabulary is an essential part of learning Middle School Science.  

    I am confident that we are going to have a productive and successful school year. I thank you in advance for your support, and I look forward to a terrific year here at Pine Hill Middle School! 


    Ms. Nicole Brouse 


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    212° the extra degree captures the essence of excellence in an unforgettable way... At 211° water is hot. At 212°, it boils. And

    with boiling water, comes steam. And with steam, you can power a train. The one extra degree, that one small step, makes the difference. –Sam Alexander 

  •  brousni@boe.richmond.k12.ga.us
    Ms. Nicole Brouse
    Email: brousni@boe.richmond.k12.ga.us
    Grade(s): 6th Grade
    Subject(s): Earth Science 
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  • ECO MEET 2022

    Do you like reading about wetlands and birds? Are you interested in the ecosystems in and around where we live? Do you have an interest in hydropower?

    See Ms. Brouse an interest form.

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