SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

ABOUT US

At Least two full-year foundation courses in science are required of all students. Parents and students should note that the Massachusetts University system requires three full-year science courses for admission.

EXPECTATIONS FOR STUDENT LEARNING

STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO:

  • Use the methods of scientific inquiry to plan, conduct, draw conclusions, and evaluate scientific investigations.
  • Build understanding of fundamental concepts of science by making connections between the various science disciplines.
  • Conduct scientific investigations that lead to understandings of natural scientific processes.
  • Observe, collect, organize, and evaluate scientific data.
  • Improve scientific skills of observing, measuring, replicating experiments, manipulating equipment, and collecting and reporting data through engagement in laboratory activities and fieldwork.
  • Study and learn about important historical and contemporary investigations and solutions that have led to new knowledge about the world around them.
  • Convey scientific understandings to others in both a written and verbal form so as to effectively share scientific ideas relating to themselves and the world around them.
  • Learn the fundamental concepts required for competency in various science disciplines.

SCIENCE DEPARTMENT FACULTY

Jamie Dibbern

Department Chair

Karen Cuthbert-Mikalunas

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Julia Fournier-Rea

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Mike Framarin

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Eric Howard

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Edmodo

Aaron Keller

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Victoria(Tory)Metz

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Joseph Rusenko

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Carolyn Starz

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*Note: Angela Courchesne, one-year replacement

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Dawn Striker

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AP Physics

Physics II

Justin Valley

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Robert Weir

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