Science is an interdisciplinary subject that ties together mathematics, social studies, English, and reasoning skills in the investigations of how and why things in nature work the way they do. Our goal is not only to educate our students by providing a basic science background, but also to encourage them to apply their knowledge and skills through innovation and critical thinking. As the United States becomes increasingly reliant on new technology and invention, we believe our future citizens must be prepared to work in science-related careers.
Pictured from left to right: 1st Row: Scott Childers, Britainy Dearman, Pam Bowman; 2nd Row: Martin Johnson, Robert Froyd, Eric Stramecky. Not pictured: Jennfer Trent.