Last modified May 30


  • 6th Grade
I welcome the 2018-2019 academic year with excitement in a fifth year of teaching at St. John the Baptist School! It is with genuine joy that I bring love for academics to the classroom, reaching the minds and hearts of students eager to learn. Whether I am traveling near or far, visiting a park or museum, reading or watching a documentary, I am always thinking of ways to share science with my students. Even while spending my favorite moments of relaxation with my husband on the fishing boat, I witness the mysteries of science that surround us. Having our own two children experience Catholic education at Resurrection in Allouez and Notre Dame Academy, my husband and I firmly believe that integrated faith education has supported both our son and daughter as they begin to carve their future as young adults. In addition to helping children grow through discoveries made in science, I feel blessed to spiritually guide them in faith as well.
Jodi Lange

6th Grade Science

Science in Summer!

Visit a nature preserve:

Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve             (920) 434-2824

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary             (920) 391-3671


Grow something:

Try straw bale gardening.

  • No digging or soil preparation is required.
  • Bales can be placed on almost any surface.
  • Bales are inexpensive.
  • This is a non-permanent way to garden.
  • Used bales can be spread on the ground to enrich the soil.
  • Bales can be purchased at local farm stores. Keep it twined.

Check it out!

Support wildlife

Make a bat house

Make a bird house

Start a Monarch Waystation


Look at the night sky:

Click on “Tonight”

You will be able to learn about astronomy events for any night that you want to explore and discover!


Have a safe summer! Remember to look for the science that surrounds you!


Mrs. Lange