Hi everyone, my name is Bonnie White. I’m very excited to start my sixth year at Arlee High School and again bring my worldly knowledge of applied math and science to the wonderful students at AHS! I love to teach math and the physical sciences as I believe it applies to everyone in this world.
My educational background consists of a BS in Geology and Physics from the University of Montana, a MS in Geophysics from the University of Utah, and a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Montana State University.
I have worked in many places in the country from teaching classes at the University of Utah, to conducting seismology research for the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory, working as a production geophysicist for British Petroleum in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska and the Gulf of Mexico, installing computer systems in K-12 schools nationwide, and teaching middle school math and science in Missoula, MT.
When I'm not working I enjoy being with my husband, Travis, and our two wonderful kids, Trista and Cody, and our big furry Great Pyrenees, Nanook. Together as a family we love to travel and do as many things as we can outdoors when we find time between coaching the kids’ sports teams and school.
I look forward to bringing my passion for math and science into the classroom this year and many more years to come. This will be an amazing year, and I am very ecstatic to once again be a part of the incredible AHS staff and the Arlee community!