Office phone: (978) 443-9961 ext. 2471
Miss Singler’s Schedule for 2018-19 school year:
Block 1 – Applied Earth Science 2 – Room A407
Blocks 2 & 4 – Earth Science 1 – Room A407
Block 5 – Aquatic Biology – Room A407
Following Forest Owls in Utah
The Science department is partnering with Earthwatch Institute, a non-profit organization that offers every day citizens the opportunity to work with scientists on their field research teams. A group of LS students and teachers will spend a week, from July 18-24, 2019, working with researchers in the mountains of northern Utah to study the habitat of three species of owls. This trip is open to any current LS 9th, 10th or 11th grader. Read about this expedition here. The tax-deductible cost of the trip is $2,750 plus airfare.
If you are interested and want to know more about this unique opportunity, please email email@example.com
The LSRHS Science Department hosted CELEBRATE THE SCIENCES DAY on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2018. Thank you to the many parents, community members, LS alums and others who joined us for a day of presentations about science and STEM-related fields. Our students heard about careers and scientific research from people who are doing the work today. Click here for LS Celebrate Sciences Program 2018.
Read about some of Miss Singler’s adventures:
Teachers in Hawaii: Caroline Singler and Allison Richardson toured the “Big Island” of Hawaii during the summer of 2012. Their travels were funded by a generous grant from the Foundation for Educators at Lincoln-Sudbury (FELS). Read about their journey on their blog, felsteachersinhawaii2012.
Teacher at Sea: Caroline Singler was at sea aboard the USCG Cutter Healy during the summer of 2010 as a participant in the NOAA Teacher at Sea program. Read about Caroline’s adventures on her blog, Singler at Sea.
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