• Welcome to 7th Grade Science!


          My name is Jen Titus and I teach 7th grade Science here at North Middle School and coach Cross Country and Track.  I was a North Middle School Cave Cub from 1980-1983, a Grants Pass Caveman from 1983-1987, I graduated from Southern Oregon University with a Bachelors in History, a Masters in Teaching in 1992 and received my Administration License in 2011.

     Mrs. Titus and Family

               I have taught at North for the past 26 years. I love Grants Pass and I am proud to be a Caveman.  My Grandpa and Father were both Caveman, I was a Caveman and so are my children.

             I own a small farm so throughout the year your student will be introduced to animals from the Titus Family Farm.  I enjoy running, riding horses, and spending time with my kids.

    I am super fortunate to teach in this community I love, and I am excited to teach your child this year my passion, Science!


    Mrs. Titus and Crew


     “Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.”


           This website will be a great resource for students to use if ever they are absent from class or want to double-check an assignment.

          This year we are using our online Science curriculum called Stemscopes.

          Students will have access to the Stemscopes textbook and curriculum through their Chromebook laptops at school and at home through the web using the following Stemscope link:




            Students will be given a user name and login so they can access from home.

            If your student does not have access to the internet and/ or computer the students will also be given a supplemental Science booklet for each unit covered this year.   No homework will be given that strictly requires the use of a computer, students can complete the work in their booklet.

    Please email with any concerns regarding your child to:

    Contact me: jtitus@grantspass.k12.or.us

     “Many of life’s failures are experienced by people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.”– Thomas Edison