Welcome to

Mrs. Reeves' Class

Email: reevesk@hobart.k12.ok.us




About Me:

             My name is Kenda Reeves, and I am the 8th grade science teacher at Kenneth O'Neal Middle School. I am also the Junior High Boys and Girls Track Coach, the High School Girls Track Coach, and the Junior High and High School Boys and Girls Cross Country Coach. When I am not coaching or teaching I enjoy spending time with my family. I am very passionate about learning, and I believe that every student can learn and be great as long as he or she is willing to put in the effort. I do believe that science is important and through its discoveries new innovations are reached.

8th Grade Science:

SCIENCE at these grade levels will help engage students in interactive experiences throughout the school year. Through hands on experiences with the SCIENCE disciplines, students will explore, create, and experiment with exciting innovative techniques. Students will be working in the following units of study.

Distance Learning:

We will be using Google Classroom to submit work if we need to go virtual in continued learning exists. We will communicate using this tool to continue distance learning. We will practice using web based instruction throughout the school year. We will use Progress Learning, Study Island and Generation Genius. (Along with other fun programs.)


1st Hour Planning 8:00-8:55
2nd Hour Health/P.E.
3rd Hour 8th Science 9:55-10:45
4th Hour JH Athletics 10:50-11:40
Recess   11:40-11:59
Lunch   12:00-12:25
5th Hour 8th Science 12:30-1:20
6th Hour 8th Science 1:25-2:15
7th Hour HS Athletics 2:20-3:05


MS Science Fair: Dec 9th, During 2nd, 5th, & 6th Hours


Classroom Expectations:

  • Physical Science (PS)

  • Life Science (LS)

  • Earth and Space Science (ESS)

Remember to always BE-

  • Responsible

  • Prepared

  • Respectful

  • In Control

  • Honest

  • Last but not least always BE GREAT!!



  • 1st Warning

  • 2nd Teacher Student Conference

  • 3rd Call to Home

  • 4th Behave Out (Referral to Office)



"Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning."

-Albert Einstein


Updated by Genesis Lane 8/23/23