Hello and welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!

    I am confident that whatever this year throws at us we will do our very best! If you need anything at all, please make sure you communicate with me. I am really looking forward to working with you all and I am hopeful for a successful school year! I can't wait to meet you/see you... let's do this!

    Engineering the Future: Science, Technology, and the Design Process™ is a full-year course designed to introduce students to the world of technology and engineering, as a first step in becoming technologically literate citizens. Additionally, the course will help beginning high school students answer the question: "Why should I study math, science and engineering if I don't plan on a technical career?" Through this course's practical real-world connections, students have an opportunity to see how science, mathematics, and engineering are part of their every day world, and why it is important for every citizen to be technologically and scientifically literate.

    This laboratory course is designed to help students gain an understanding of how the study of living things has developed through the use of investigation and observation. Students are encouraged to inquire,
    experience, and integrate the biological principles they have learned into their own lifestyles. This course incorporates hands-on laboratory activities in the areas of Cellular Biology, Biochemistry, Genetics,
    Biotechnology, Evolution, Ecology, and Human Impact.
    Prerequisite: Chemistry & Physics for Class of 2020 & 2021, Classical Science for Class of 2019

    Google Classroom Code: bght4fx