Science Classes for Restorative Assessment

Available courses

Biology Semester 1


Students cultivate their scientific mind-set and understanding of biology through inquiry-based study of topics like biochemistry, cellular processes, heredity and evolution.
Category: RA Science
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Amanda St. Martin
  • Instructors: Douglas Stefanski
  • Instructors: Kevin Zahn

Biology Semester 2


Students cultivate their scientific mind-set and understanding of biology through inquiry-based study of topics like biochemistry, cellular processes, heredity and evolution.
Category: RA Science
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Amanda St. Martin
  • Instructors: Douglas Stefanski
  • Instructors: Kevin Zahn

Chemistry Semester 1


Chemistry is the study of matter, its properties, composition, and reactivity. Students will perform laboratory work to learn connections between evidence, reasoning, and models that explain natural phenomena.
Category: RA Science
  • Instructors: Beth DeGuire
  • Instructors: Molly Green
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Nathan Penn
  • Instructors: Douglas Stefanski
  • Instructors: Kevin Zahn

Chemistry Semester 2


Chemistry is the study of matter, its properties, composition, and reactivity. Students will perform laboratory work to learn connections between evidence, reasoning, and models that explain natural phenomena.
Category: RA Science
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Nathan Penn
  • Instructors: Douglas Stefanski
  • Instructors: Kevin Zahn

Physics Semester 1


Students will study the nature and properties of matter and energy. Students will use laboratory work for a significant part of the course and will aid in making connections between evidence, reasoning, and models that explain natural phenomena.
Category: RA Science
  • Instructors: Cyndi Gurich-Caylor
  • Instructors: Elizabeth Marcott
  • Instructors: Douglas Stefanski
  • Instructors: Kevin Zahn

Physics Semester 2


Students will study the nature and properties of matter and energy. Students will use laboratory work for a significant part of the course and will aid in making connections between evidence, reasoning, and models that explain natural phenomena.
Category: RA Science
  • Instructors: Douglas Stefanski