• Welcome to Ms. Lee's Environmental Science page! 
     
     
  • Meet the Teacher:
     
    This is my fifth year in the formal education system and I am thrilled to be at such an amazing school. I graduated from Purdue in 2009 with a degree in Natural Sciences and Ecology which led me directly into my career choices since. Directly after graduating I taught non-formal environmental education at the Dunes Learning Center in Chesterton, Indiana for 1.5 years then moved on to teach genetics, technological innovations, and a bit of chemistry at The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, and then I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in a rural community of 136 people in the mountains of Panama developing and implementing sustainable projects in environmental conservation, agriculture, youth development, HIV/AIDS awareness, and NGO development.
    .My house in Panama  Me with my Panamanian host brothers and sisters
     
    Outside of work I am a very active volunteer with a global peace organization, CISV, I'm a member of the Northwest Indiana Paddlers Association, and a Zumba Instructor. I enjoy hiking, kayaking, camping, scuba diving, international travel, and playing volleyball.
     
     
     Machu Picchu 2016  The Great Wall of China 2015
     
  • Contact me at:
     
    Phone and extension: (219) 873-2061, ext. 7471