The science program in the Massapequa School District is designed to encourage critical thinking, problem solving and curiosity. Students are prepared for upper level courses by integrating science education with other curricular areas in the elementary schools, providing a rigorous middle school course of study and many options for all learners at the high school level.
The district offers all AP science courses available as well as SCALE Forensic Technology and Anatomy and Physiology, and College Oceanography. There are many elective courses such as Marine Science, Environmental Science and for students in grade 9- Ecology and Meteorology.
Congratulations to all students that participated in Discovery Fair on Saturday!
Special Recognition goes to the following 5th grade students:
1st Place - Maglev Trains, Samantha Offitto, East Lake
2nd Place- Glow in the Dark Orbeez, Shannon Reilley, Annalisa Kohn, Jamie Sheridan, East Lake
2nd Place- Who Nose? Brendan Ciarlo, Leandro de Cuba, McKenna
3rd Place- Which Makeup Wipe Feels Better on People's Faces?, Ashley Colfer, Juliana Classi, East Lake
3rd Place- Martian Habitat, Mariella Vaca, Birch Lane
3rd Place- Candy Crush, Kaitlyn Colfer, Christina Tallarine, East Lake