Science

Science courses will provide investigative experiences that require careful observations,collection and evaluation of data, and formation of conclusions. Science is not only a body of knowledge but a mindset used to better understand our biological and physical worlds. Regardless of the courses of study taken during four years, all students will practice Science by
1. Asking questions and defining problems
2. Developing and using models
3. Planning and carrying out investigations
4. Analyzing and interpreting data
5. Using mathematics and computational thinking
6. Constructing explanations and designing solutions
7. Engaging in argument from evidence
8. Obtaining, evaluating, and communicating information
 (NGSS Science and Engineering Practices)
 
Scott Albright
Division Head
(630) 876-6255 
 
Robert Beal
Physics 
(630) 876-6434 
 
Suzanne Burchacki
Biology/Chemistry 
(630) 876-6431
 
Christopher Camerano
Physics 
(630) 876-6438
 
Brianne Ferreiro
Biology
(630) 876-6430
 
Anna Fulmer
Chemistry
(630) 876-6442
 
Rebecca Hahn
Physics 
 (630) 876-6432
 
Susan Hollinger
Chemistry 
(630) 876-6440
 
Saad Hussain
Biology 
(630) 876-6439 
 
Eduardo Montoya
Biology/Chemistry/ESL
(630) 876-6590 
 
Dr. Hank Murphy
Anatomy & Physiology 
(630) 876-6443
 
Drew Plumb
Environmental Science/Chemistry 
(630) 876-6437
 
Krysta Schoenbeck
Robert Sheahan (Sub)
Biology/Chemistry 
 (630) 876-6435
 
Adam Singer
Physics 
(630) 876-6436 
 
Christina Sladek
Chemistry 
(630) 876-6433
 
Corrie Stieglitz
Biology/Botany 
(630) 876-6441
 
 
 
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