• Welcome Back!  I hope you had a great summer.

    Please check the links provided on the left to obtain copies of summer assignments and any additional information you may need for the first days of school.  When possible, I have included spanish versions of resources.  I apologize if any of the translations are inaccurate or confusing.

    SUNY Albany UHS students- don't forget to document your 90 hours of research (due September 6th)!


    updated 9/1/19


    ¡Dar una buena acogida! Espero que hayan tenido un gran verano.

    Consulte los enlaces que se encuentran a la izquierda para obtener copias de las tareas de verano y cualquier información adicional que pueda necesitar para los primeros días de clases. Cuando sea posible, he incluido versiones en español de los recursos. Pido disculpas si alguna de las traducciones es inexacta o confusa.
    Estudiantes de SUNY Albany UHS: ¡no olviden documentar sus 90 horas de investigación (hasta el 6 de septiembre)!

    actualizado el 9/1/19


    BREAKING NEWS! (updated 6/3/19)

    I am very proud and excited to announce that 7 of our WPHS Science Research students won awards at this past Saturday's Westlake Science Fair.  This fair is a unique 1st year science fair that hosted 260 students from 16 schools in southern Westchester county. 

    BREAKING NEWS! (updated 3/18/19)

    Five WPHS Science Research students win awards at Saturday's WESEF Science Fair competition!

    Joseph Cantori (senior)- The "Momentive Inventing Possibilities Award": Awarded to outstanding projects in Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Engineering ($50.00). Generously donated by Momentive.
    Title of Joe's project: "A Device to Influence Animal Activity Proximate to Roads"

    Oscar Hutarra (senior)- The "Teatown Young Conservationist Award": Awarded to top projects that aim to protect natural habitats and/or ecosystems ($50.00). Generously donated by Teatown Lake Reservation.
    Title of Oscar's project: "The Effects of Plastic Pollution on Dissolved Oxygen Levels and Macroinvertebrates Biodiversity in the Bronx River"

    Gurveen Dhallu (junior)- 4th Place in Behavior category ($50.00). Sponsored by Westchester Academy of Medicine.
    Title of Gurveen's project: "Identifying Clinical Predictors of Functional Disturbances among Clinical High-Risk Patients for Psychosis"

    Lucia Rhode (senior)- 4th Place in Environmental Science category ($50.00).  Sponsored by Westchester Academy of Medicine.
    Title of Lucia's project: "Diversity and Abundance of Invertebrates in Managed and Unmanaged Meadows"

    Eli Lichtblau (senior)- 3rd Place in Computer Science category ($75.00).  Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim Cares Foundation.
    Title of Eli's project: "Detection of Contextualized Sarcastic Sentiment with a Long Short-Term Memory Neural Network"

    See photos of WESEF winners and participants here:



    BREAKING NEWS! (updated 2/10/19)

    Four WPHS Science Research students win awards at Saturday's WR-JSHS Science Fair Competition!

    Best Promising Display Poster- Junior Jillian Pope 1st place!

    3rd Place Behavior 3 Competitive Poster- Senior Melanie Collana

    2nd Place Behavior 3 Competitive Poster- Senior Pilar Ceron

    3rd Place Behavior 2 Spekaer presentation- Kristina Radulovic


    Kristina has qualified for JSHS Albany (March 27-28th) and will be eligible to present a PosterBoard of her research at this event!


    See photos of the WR-JSHS here: https://livewpcsdk12ny-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/kimberlyfleming_wpcsd_k12_ny_us/EmClrAGCJZBOkTdedCWfOKYBo106Ft_wJtSxvfnVAh5EPQ



    Kimberly Fleming

    Science Research- G114

    White Plains High School




         I am beginning my 7th year teaching at White Plains High School and I'm very happy to be a part of the district.  I have over 13 years experience teaching Biology, Science Research, Chemistry, and Forensics. I recently obtained my teaching certification for "Gifted & Talented" students.   I am also very proud to announce that I was  awarded the Regeneron STEM Teaching Fellows through the STEM Leadership Center, and completed the required online classes in STEM programming in 2016. The summer of 2016 I worked as an intern at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals in Tarrytown, where I obtained several hands on experiences as a researcher.  It was a very valuable experience and I've been able to pass some of my newly obtained knowledge on to my research students.

          I'd like to thank the administration, teachers, parents and students for the incredible support I've received over the years

     updated 10/24/18