MRS. TROUTMAN Room 250
AFTER SCHOOL AVAILABILITY:
Monday-Thursday 2:25-3:10 (is subject to change based on meetings, etc.)
This is an investigation course. It involves the study of the earth, present and past, and the forces that influence changes in it. Following a study of observation and measurement techniques, students will concentrate on the study of earth’s motion and place in the solar system, atmospheric and energy changes, and a general study of rocks and minerals. Students are required to complete 1200 minutes of laboratory work with successful written reports. A student not completing the laboratory requirement is ineligible to take the Earth Science Regents examination. The final exam grade is composed of the Lab Practical score and the written exam score. *
*As stated in the Kenmore West curriculum handbook “Honors classes contain additional content at greater depth than do Regents courses. Honors courses are designed for students with above average ability and motivation to excel. Most honors courses have strict prerequisites for enrolling. No student will be placed in honor classes if they do not meet the criteria.”
Stay in touch with Mrs. Troutman through REMIND!
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Period 1 Regents: Text the message @ferri1 to the number 81010.
Periods 3 & 5 Honors: Text the message @ferri3and5 to the number 81010.