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The Science Department provides opportunities for students to develop 21st-century learning skills through courses that promote the development of critical thinking and decision-making skills in order to foster scientifically literate citizens. Students explore phenomena in the natural world, create models, and design solutions to real-world problems. Students engage in science and engineering practices and crosscutting concepts to obtain, process, and make sense of scientific data. Science classes provide a space for students to work in cooperative groups and collaborate as they connect the content taught in the science classroom to real-life experiences and careers. Hands-on learning extends beyond the classroom through field trips, speakers, and community partnerships.

 

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Resources Available through Clever

Clever

The following online resources are available for the Science department are available via Clever.

Albert.io - Assists AP students in preparing for assessments through interactive practice questions (grades 9-12)

AP Classroom - Digitial resources for students enrolled in College Board Advanced Placement (AP) courses

BrainPOP/BrainPOP Jr. - Short, animated movies as well as games, quizzes, and interactive features to support learning (grades K-8)

Castle Learning - Content review and skill assessment activities (grades K-12)

Discovery Education - Offers immersive and engaging digital content to enrich learning (grades K-12)

Gizmos - Interactive science labs and simulations (grades 6-12)

Learning A-Z/Raz Kids - Provides elementary students with interactive digital books and quiizes for all reading levels (grades K-5)

PLTW - Access to Project Lead the Way activities and resources (grades K-12)

Savvas

Vocabulary.com - Assists students in improving their vocabulary skills (grades 6-12)


Edpuzzle
FlipGrid
Peardeck
Formative
Inner Orbit
Nearpod
Newsela

Additional Support Resources

New York Learning Standards Quick Guide
Parent Guide to the NYS Science Learning Standards
Frequently Asked Questions about the Standards
High School Course Map
The New York State Museum Resources
New York State Archives Resources
New York State Library Resources
​​​​​​​New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Resource
National Geographic

Honor Society Information

Honor Societies share Google Classroom links directly to Members
High School East Advisor: Dr. Ron Bennett
High School West Advisor: Mr. Robert Warner

Department Presentations to the Board of Education

Presentation to the Board of Education - May 24, 2022

Staff Directory

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