Robert P. Brabham Middle School

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About the Class
Welcome to Mrs. Johnson's web page! Technology Applications is a fun course designed to teach keyboarding skills and introduce students to a variety of technologies. Students will learn word processing, spreadsheets, desktop publishing, graphic design, multimedia tools, and image editing. Students will also learn to use email to communicate and collaborative, social tools such as Google Classroom.

About the Teacher
Mrs. Lieschen Johnson is a 6th grade Technology Applications teacher at Brabham Middle School. While this is her fourth year in Willis, she is not new to education. Mrs. Johnson has been teaching for more than 25 years, and is thrilled to be a Wildkat!

Mrs. Johnson graduated from McCullough High School in The Woodlands, TX. She then attended Baylor and earned a BS in Education with Math and Business majors. Later she attended the University of North Texas and earned two Master's degrees concurrently in Computer Education and Cognitive Systems and Secondary Education.

Mrs. Johnson has been married to her husband for twenty-six wonderful years. The Johnsons have three amazing children: Tommy, Lilly, and Matthew. All three children are proud Wildkats and attend WHS and LLMS. The Johnsons reside in Willis and are very active in the community. They can most often be found at WYAA playing baseball.


1st period: Tech Apps  
2nd period: Tech Apps 
3rd period: Conference 
4th period:Tech Apps  
5th period: Tech Apps 
6th period: Tech Apps  
7th period: Tech Apps  

Tutorials/Make-ups/Extra Practice:
Mondays & Thursdays as needed

Conference Period: 9:15 - 10:00 AM.
Please call or email for an appointment
Email Address:
Office Phone: 936-890-2312


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Did You Know?

Did you know that ANY assignment or test other than a posture check can be made up for full credit? The student will need to come in after school for a longer assignment like a drill sheet. Shorter items, like a typing test, can be done before or after school.  If you see an M in the gradebook, it means the student was absent when the assignment was due but has not yet made it up.

UltraKey for Home Use

A number of parents have inquired about purchasing our keyboarding program (UltraKey) for home use.   You can purchase it directly from the company at the following address:


The program is usually about $40, but they have given Brabham parents a discount code to use to receive 40% off.  During the checkout  process use the following coupon code:  Brabham4429


Students are not required to purchase the program.  This offer is for those who wish to benefit from additional practice at home.  Students may also stay after school and get extra practice on Mondays and Thursday.  Also students may practice keyboarding at home by using the drill sheets found on my web page.  These drill sheets coincide with the lessons we are doing in class and are taken from the sentences used during typing tests in class.  

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Mrs. Lieschen Johnson
Tech Systems Teacher