Gail Dunn


Welcome to Introduction to Computer Science and Technology Applications!

About Me


I am thrilled to join the staff of Memorial Middle School this year. I have been teaching in Spring Branch for 17 years. 

I am excited to share my love of technology with my students.

In my free time I enjoy reading and spend a lot of time working at a non-profit I helped start that uses horses to work with special needs children.

Class Expectations


Have fun learning something new!

Entry Procedures

Enter quietly and begin the warm up activity.

Binders and other materials need to be placed out of the way.

During Class

No water on computer tables. No eating during class.

Use the restroom before class as no passes will be given in the first 15 minutes.

If you have a question or technical problem, raise your hand and wait patiently for help.

End of Class

Save your work.

Log off your computer.

Put away all equipment.

Straighten your workstation.

Throw away any trash.

Push in your chair.

Do not leave your desk until dismissed by the teacher. 



All of our class assignments are posted on our Google Classroom site. If you would like me to sign you up for notices of assignments due, please email me with your child's name and class period, and I will be happy to add your email for notifications.

Contact Information


Grading Policy


Tech Apps

Daily Work 45%

Projects/Test 40%

Typing 15% 

Intro to Computer Science

This is a project driven course based on units of study. Each unit will have a multiple Scratch assignments for you to learn the programming concepts, and there will be at least one Unit (Major) Project at the end of the unit which combines the concepts learned in the assignments.

  • Tests/Unit Projects: 40%
  • Assignments: 30%
  • Quizzes & Small Projects (ex: weekly bell ringer): 20%
  • Genius Hour Blog: 10%