About Mrs. Santucci
I am excited to start my 15th year of teaching at Germantown High School. Previously, I was at Rosa Scott High School. I am happy that this year my girls and I will be able to fully support the Maverick zone!! Along with teaching at Germantown High School, I am a professor at Holmes Community College, where I teach Human Anatomy/Physiology.
My role this year, is to not only to prepare your child for the State Biology Test in May but to teach them skills that will help them to succeed in future classes, college, and a career. For my Anatomy students, my goal is for the students is to learn about how the Human body functions but also to explore careers that they might be interested in pursuing in the health field. My goal for my Biomedical students is to teach them crictail thinking and collaboration skills as they learn about new technologies and advances in Biological Science.
I earned my Bachelors degree in Secondary Education from Mississippi State University in 2005. In 2007, I continued my studies at Mississippi College to earn a Masters in Biology. During my time at Mississippi College, I completed a shadowing program as a Medical Technologists at Baptist hospital and assisted in research at UMMC. In order to stay in touch with the evolving world of science education, I continue to educate myself through summer trainings and workshops.
My husband and I relocated from Brandon to Madison 8 years ago. I am not originally from MS but I have lived here long enough to call it home. We have a 2 beautiful little girls Kylie, 10 years old, and Leyla, 6 years old. My husband is from Leland, MS and works for Burle Engineering as a Environmental Geologist. Yes science runs in our Family! As a family, we enjoy hunting and traveling.