Mrs. Sharon Rasp Taysi
Science Teacher
La Salle Middle School
La Salle Charter Schools
La Salle Middle School
1106 N Jefferson Ave
St. Louis, MO  63106
United States
Phone: (314) 531-9820
Fax: (314) 531-4820
About me
I am currently teaching full-time at La Salle Middle School, after retiring in 2017.  I have taught science for 40 years: 2 years in St. Louis Public Schools, 33 years in the Kirkwood School District and 5 years in the Shoreline District.  I am a National Board Certified Teacher.

Welcome to Mrs. Taysi’s Class!

"Learning is not attained by chance; it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence." -Abigail Adams

"When I die, I'm leaving my body to science fiction."
— Steven Wright

“Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.”
-Ronald E. Osborn

Rice up against hunger

My links
La Salle Middle School Homepage
Mrs. Taysi's La Salle Middle School Homepage
Do you want to help someone feel better? Take 3 minutes and watch this... View video from home!
Answer science & SAT practice questions and earn rice for the World Food Programme!
Your weight on other planets & heavenly bodies
Chemistry Stretch for Solutions, Suspensions, Colloids
Super Ultimate Graphing Challenge
Chromatography Investigation Web Site
Balancing equations practice--3 levels!!
Sense of Scale--Rice to atoms! Nifty!
Molar Mass Calculator-Save yourself some time, but type carefully!!
Limiting Reactants Tutorial
Elephant on Trampoline gif for Physics Challenge Problem
Periodic Table groupings information for Periodic Table Quia Quiz
How to calculate average atomic mass video from SchoolTube
Power and work compared
Bohr Model Tutorial of hydrogen atom web address for Quia Quiz information
Link for Electron configurations interactive animation
PHYSICS Balloons & Static Electricity PhET
Challenge--how many circuit symbols do you know?!
Electromagnetic Spectrum Tutorial Link
For additional information on the EM Spectrum click here
Before the Flood Video link
Earthquakes Video from National Geographic