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    Marguerite Bagwell was the first health science teacher employed by Alvin ISD.  She has taught Medical Microbiology, Medical Terminology, Pathophysiology, and Disaster Response,  She is now teaching Principles of Health Science and the Clinical Rotation classes.  Mrs. Bagwell worked as a licensed dental hygienist for 20 years before starting her career in teaching.  She still practices dental hygiene on school holidays and has even gone on two medical/dental mission trips to Nicaragua. She also holds a Masters degree in Teacher Leadership.



    Candice Crumby is new to Alvin High School this school year and very excited to teach A&P.  She originally went to school to work on her pre-med degree but developed a passion for teaching science along the way.  She has lived in neighboring Santa Fe for most of her life and started her teaching career there in her hometown.  She has taught biology and A&P environmental science for four years.  Ms. Crumby loves to teach students how to live healthier lives and encourages students to engage in deeper learning. 


     Teresa Luneau

    Teresa Luneau joined Alvin HS after serving as an athletic trainer for over 11 years and teaching health science near Austin for several years. She holds a Masters in Education and enjoys sharing what she learned to teach Health Science Theory, Medical Terminology and Principles of Health Science. Mrs. Luneau is dedicated to helping those around her to live a healthier lives. 


     Dr M in microgravity

    Dr. Michele Marquette joined the Alvin High School health science family six years ago, bringing with her many years of experience in research and education.  Holding a PhD degree in Biomedical Sciences from UTMB, she is highly qualified to teach Medical Microbiology, Pathophysiology, and Anatomy & Physiology.  In her spare time, Dr. Marquette enjoys work with dog rescue and making T shirts.