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Spring Branch ISD

Julie Sirianni

Where can we find course information? 

We will be using the Google Classroom webhost to house our curriculum. 

Visit classroom.google.com

You will get your class code in your first Zoom class.

To log into Google, use your SBISD username and password.  This info is taped to your clear folder.


What is our Zoom link for Math class and TTM? 

Meeting ID: 329 946 3475
Passcode: dragons

(Also, the Remote Learning Schedule with links for all teachers can be found in the email from Mrs. Kassir titled "Welcome to the new school year!")


What other websites will we use for Math class and TTM?

All other math class websites can be found at Clever.com. 

Log in with your SBISD username and password. 

Click here for Clever. 



Q&A with Ms. Sirianni


Where did you go to school?

WHOOP! My undergrad degree was earned at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.

Just this past school year, I earned my Masters in Leadership and Administration through the University of Texas at Arlington. 

Growing up, my education was nourished in the North East Independent School District in San Antonio, Texas.  My schools included: Oak Meadow Elementary, Huebner Elementary, Eisenhower Middle School, and Churchill High School.


Where have you taught?

My ENTIRE professional teaching career has been spent here in Spring Branch ISD.  I started at Spring Oaks MS, transitioned to Spring Woods MS, and finally found my way home to Spring Branch Academic Institute (SBAI). 


Have you always known that you wanted to teach Math?

I always knew that I wanted to be a teacher.  When I was younger, I would line up my Beanie Babies and give them spelling tests, Math worksheets, and demonstrate Science experiments with household items. 

During college, I found my love for teaching Math. I enjoy the challenge of finding the different ways to present Math curriculum so that it reaches the various types of learners. 


What do you do outside of school?

I enjoy keeping busy!  Volunteering with the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo allows me to help students involved in FFA and 4H have a pleasant experience while showing their livestock.  Being an online reviewer/teacher for the High school Aerospace Scholars (HAS) program through NASA's Johnson Space Center has opened my eyes to the endless possibilities of space.  In my free time, I enjoy crafting (sewing, wood work, scrapbooking), playing board games, tutoring, and cherishing time with family and friends


What are you excited about for this school year?

This is my favorite aspect of SBAI actually – every year is different! I am eager to see what rewards this year brings, what challenges arise, and what life-lessons I can learn from you all.  I appreciate the support and guidance that the students, parents, and teaching staff provide one another within SBAI.  Exploring the personalities of our new students and seeing the growth with our returning students brings a breath of fresh air every year.  This year I challenge you to remember:

It’s not what you do, it’s how you do it.

It’s not what you see, it’s how you look at it.

It’s not how your life is, it’s how you live it.



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