Weatherford High School

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Bartel, Christina » WELCOME TO MRS. BARTEL'S CLASSES FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR!!

WELCOME TO MRS. BARTEL'S CLASSES FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR!!

Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year! I am so excited to have each and every one of you in class. I look forward to us learning together in the classroom and in the science lab. The primary online resource for both forensic science and pathophysiology classes will be located on Canvas. You may access Canvas through the Weatherford ISD home page. Please feel free to contact me for anything you may need or questions you may have. It's going to be a great year!
All About Mrs. Bartel

                                                                                     Christi Bartel               

                                                                                        Forensic Science/Chemistry Teacher

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                                                              cbartel@weatherfordisd.com

 

My name is Christi Bartel and I am starting my twelfth year of teaching at WHS. While I have taught many different science courses, my primary teaching experience has been in chemistry and forensic science. This will be my first year to teach pathophysiology and my sixth year to teach forensic science and I am very excited!! I am a Weatherford High School graduate and am proud to be a Roo! After graduating high school I attended the University of Texas at Arlington and received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Upon graduating from UTA, I went to work as an intensive care nurse at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. While working at Baylor I obtained my certified critical care nurse (CCRN) credential which allowed me to work in all seven of their intensive care units. I also had the opportunity to work part-time as a trauma care coordinator at Parkland Memorial Hospital, which is where I became interested in education. The more time I spent with my patients and their families educating them, the more I realized I wanted to be an educator. Leaving full-time nursing for education was a difficult decision but I have never regretted it. I continue to nurse part-time during summer breaks. I love being a teacher and would not trade it for anything!!