Molly Foss Student Teacher Supervisor


M.S., Southwest State University
B.S., Ft. Hays State University

Molly Foss has nearly 30 years of experience as a grade school and middle school science teacher. A Mentor Teacher, she has coordinated a program for gifted and taltented students, served as a district science curriculum specialist, and developed courses for college and university education departments. Other roles include chairing the District Science Curriculum Committee in Scott City, Kan., working as a member of the Iowa Core Curriculum District Committee, and serving on the district planning, professional development, and strategic planning committees for MOC-Floyd Valley High School in Orange City, Iowa.

Graduate-level professional development facilitator, Morningside College, Sioux City, IA

Adjunct professor, Buena Vista University,, Sioux City, IA, 2002-present

6th grade science teacher, MOC-Floyd Valley Community School District, Orange City, IA, 1997-2011

Gifted and Talented District Coordinator, MOC-Floyd Valley Community School District, 1993-1997

District Science Curriculum Specialist, MOC-Floyd Valley Community School District, 1999-2011

5th, 6h and 7th grade science teacher, Scotty City Middle School, Scotty City, KS, 1986-1993

7th and 8th grade science teacher, Burlington Middle School, Burlington, CO, 1975-1979

National Education Association

Kansas and Iowa Education Association

American Association of University Women

National Science Teachers Association

Iowa and Kansas Science Teacher Association

Iiowa Science Education Association Excellence in Education, 2010

MOC-Floyd Valley Education Association President, 1999-2011

Northwest Area Representative, Iowa Science Teachers, 1999-2004

Kansas Teacher of the Year finalist, 1989