Today your child began an exciting science program in their classroom offered by Science from Scientists. SfS is a Boston-based, non-profit organization that strives to improve science and technology attitudes and aptitudes. We send real scientists into the classroom during school every other week to teach exciting, fun, and curriculum-relevant science lessons. We will be visiting your child’s classroom every other week throughout the school year. We will bring engaging, informative, and stimulating hands-on lessons with us to supplement the school’s science curriculum.
Meet Steffany: Steffany earned her B.S. in Geology at Fresno State University in 2014 with an emphasis in structural geology and geomorphology. She is currently working towards her Masters Degree in Geology at San Jose State University. Her research focuses on geomorphic processes such as water and wind erosional processes in drainage basins across the world.
Meet Lauren: Lauren was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska where she grew up loving the outdoors and all things associated with nature. She received her Bachelors Degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Colorado, Boulder with emphasis in Entomology and museum collections. She is currently working to complete her Master’s Degree from San Francisco State University where she is using DNA and molecular data to infer the evolutionary relationships of ground beetles in the Pseudomorpha genus.
Please check the Classroom Post on our website regularly to read about the science activities that your child is participating in and to view photos from your child’s classroom.
*Remember to sign and return both forms to Mr. Luperini.
Keep in Touch with Science From Scientists!
How to view your child’s Classroom Post:
1. Visit our website at: https://www.sciencefromscientists.org/for-families
2. Click on the link for See inside the classroom.
3. Select your school/grade from the list.
4. Enter the password: SFS2015 . Submit the form then save a bookmark to skip these steps next time!