Science

Science Department


"Why are things as they are and not otherwise?"

-Johannes Kepler

Laurie HennessyLiving Environment & AP Biologylhennessy@lfcsd.org             Ext. 3111 Samuel Salamone
Physics & Forensicsssalamone@lfcsd.org             Ext. 3109
John StehnachDepartment Chair Earth Sciencejstehnach@
lfcsd.org
Ext. 3107
Christina Martyniuk             Chemistry (Regents & AP)cmartyniuk@lfcsd.org             Ext. 3108 Mandy WhiteLiving Environmentmwhite@lfcsd.org             Ext. 3111 Lynn FaheyEarth Sciencelfahey@lfcsd.org             Ext. 3107

Why Learn Science

This is the question at which all science is aimed. If you have ever stopped and asked the simple question of why, then you have shared a moment that each and every great mind has shared throughout history.

The purpose of science is to seek an answer to this most basic of questions. Aside from introducing students to the fundamentals of the various scientific disciplines, the science department is committed to instilling a lifelong appreciation for the world in which they live, and a curiosity to continue to explore it.

Useful Links

Information about AP courses

Students can explore their options when it comes to AP Science courses.

https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/apcourse/ap-chemistry

Spitzer Space Telescope

Students can explore the universe right from their computers, smart phones, or tablets.

http://www.spitzer.caltech.edu/images

New York State Regents Exams

Students can download old exams and practice.

http://www.nysedregents.org/

Course Offerings

  • Earth Science
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Forensic Science
  • Physics
  • AP levels
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