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Mr. Meyers

Phone: 504-301-1500


Degrees and Certifications:

BSM Tulane University Teaching Certification: UNO

Mr. Meyers

Hello students and parents! My name is Mr. Meyers, and I've been here at Andrew Jackson since its start as a middle school 10 years ago.  I am a graduate of Chalmette High School and Tulane University.  I still live in Chalmette with my daughter Maddy and son Lennon.  As an 8th grade earth science teacher, I look forward to discussing such topics as space, hurricanes, and dinosaurs with my students.  When I'm not teaching in the classroom, I also coach the Colonel Football team and sponsor the 4-H club. Keep an eye out for more information on those two groups in the near future.  Outside of school, I'm a big fan of sports, especially the Saints, Pelicans, Red Sox, and Tulane University.  Besides being a sports fan, a good movie will always get my attention.  Some of my favorites include Rocky, Dark Knight, and Cool Hand Luke.  I also enjoy video games, travel, and spending time with my family.  I cannot wait to meet my new students and enjoy another great school year.


Hello Everyone!

If you have not already, please check the Google Classroom page.  To do this, log in to clever.com first.  Once you are in Google Classroom, you will see three different new posts relating to this week.  These include reading assignments, questions, videos, and other information as well.  If you have any questions on any of the posts, feel free to message me on Google Classroom or email me at dmeyers@sbpsb.org.  

The schedule for Zoom meetings:

Tuesdays: 1st period (9-9:20), 3rd period (10-10:20), 5th period (11-11:20), 7th period (12-12:20) 

Thursdays: 2nd period (9-9:20), 4th period (10-10:20), 6th period (11-11:20)

Mr. Meyers

  • Just a heads up to parents.  Many students are not turning in or completing warm up assignments.  This counts as the majority of their classwork grade.

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