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Science Fair (amy)

Observe.

Question.

Hypothesize.

Experiment.

Draw conclusions.

Communicate results.

 

The Scientific Method is a process that we’ve all utilized throughout our lives, whether we’ve realized it or not.

Have you ever wondered if bread will be more moldy if left in the shade or the sun?  Have you ever wondered if talking to plants helps them grow?  What other questions do you have?  Let’s try to answer them!

In this twice-a-week class, we will learn about the Scientific Method in more depth, complete a project together, then complete our own science fair projects.  All of this will culminate in our own PSCS Science Fair, where we can share our learning with others.

You get to decide how deep to go in this class.  Science fair projects can be simple, complex, or anywhere in between. 

MS Sex Ed (amy)

Note: This class is open to middle school students only.

We’ve learned the basics about how reproductive organs work, the technical aspects of pregnancy, how to identify healthy vs unhealthy relationships, and so much more.  But wait…THERE’S STILL MORE TO COVER!

We will be wrapping up the year by learning about STIs (facts, transmission, prevention, and treatment) and birth control, and putting together all of the learning we’ve done since September.  

*This is a year-long class and should be prioritized when considering your Spring schedule.