Science Electives Home Learning Resources

To keep your mind healthy and active, it is recommended that you choose at least two activities of your choice each week.

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End of Year Science Celebration Activities

Download the iNaturalist app and search for the project "CoMo Eco Challenge". Join the project and get outside and start taking pictures of all the plants and animals you can find. Upload to the app and allow the app to help you identify them. The project continues all summer long so keep exploring and keep uploading!
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Join our place-based partners, the Great Smoky Mountain Institute for an end of year week-long Nature Challenge.  Earn points and prizes by doing the challenges you choose.  Click Here to learn more and register for free. 

We are so appreciative of your flexibility and willingness to learn more during this very unique time. Our science teachers cannot wait to see you next year.  Have a great summer and get outside!

Mike Szydlowski                                     Ragan Webb

K-12 Science Coordinator                     K-5 Science Coordinator

Columbia Public Schools                      Columbia Public Schools

Week of May 11

Covid-19 Learning

This is a special option put together by RBHS sophomore, Carmen Marr. Last year, she set up a Green Day speaker conference to inspire and learn about environmental issues.  That could not happen this year so she put together this virtual conference of sorts where you can listen to a selection of environmental speakers of your choice. 

Week of May 4

Covid-19 Learning

Week of April 27

Week of April 27

Week of April 6

Forensic Science Case

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Week of April 13

Earth Day Challenges

(Starts April 11)

Tour a Medical Examiner's Office

Week of April 6

Climate Art Contest

(Due April 17)

Earth Day Challenges

(Starts April 11)

Learn To Code

Contacts

Mike Szydlowski

mszydlowski@cpsk12.org

Columbia, Missouri

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