SCIENCE SUPPLY LIST FOR 2015-2016

New!!!!

Cafe Scientifique new year.  First meeting September 15th at 7:05 pm at the First Presbyterian Church.

Matz

3 ring binder at least two inches and paper

Must have own scientific calculator

must have 1 composition book for lab work

AP CHEM there is a $20 lab fee

All other Chem Classes, lab fees are $10.

GILROY

Earth-Physical and Chemistry

3 ring binder at least a 1 inch binder, 3 dividers, 100 pages lined paper, 25 pages graph paper.

Writing utensils

Scientific Calculator (don’t get the graphing ones unless you have one.  You can get a TI or Casio for $10)

$10 lab fee

Environmental Forestry

3 ring binder at least a 1 inch binder, 3 dividers, 100 pages lined paper

Composition book with graph paper

Writing utensils

Calculator ($2 one is fine)

$10 lab fee

MARTIN-TRUJILLO

1 to 1 1/2 inch binder filled with college ruled loose leaf paper AND graph paper plus pocket folder that students can insert work into.

$10 lab fee

Other supplies will be required when school starts

CHAVEZ

BIOLOGY:

1 inch 3-Ring Binder with college ruled paper and dividers with pockets & Graph Paper

1 Composition Books

LAB FEES:

$20 – AP Biology

$10 – Biology / Anatomy & Physiology

Taos Science Department Gets a Make-Over!

Taos Science Dept. is excited about the recent renovations to our classrooms and labs.  New colors, equipments and laboratory spaces will make this new school year an exciting year.

Each lab and classroom will now have a teaching wall equipped with big screen TV to display student work and presentations.  Our labs will be equipped with Vernier Probeware, allowing students to collect more data and focus on analysis and meaning while performing investigations.

 

Taos High Science is Now in Cyberspace!

Satellite Communications

Dear Taos High School students, family members and friends,

Welcome to the T.H.S. Science Department website!  Now students and community members can visit this site to access department and course information while also learning about  student achievements in science.   If you have ideas on how we can improve this resource, please let us know!

-Ms. Matz, Ms. Chavez, Ms. Martin-Trujillo and Mr. Gilroy

 

An eye on science at Taos High School