science          

                   noun                  sci·ence                 \ˈsī-ən(t)s\
 
Pronunciation: primarystresssimacr-schwan(t)s
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English science "the state of knowing, knowledge," from early French science (same meaning), from Latin scientia (same meaning), from scient-, sciens "knowing," from scire "to know" --related to CONSCIOUS, NICE, OMNISCIENT --see Word History at NICE
1 a : an area of knowledge that is an object of study b : something (as a sport or technique) that may be studied or learned like a science   <have it down to a science> c : any of the natural sciences (as biology, physics, or chemistry)
 
* Farm to School Gardening - providing cross-curricular learning experiences through our school garden, greenhouse, and live chicken habitat.
* Science Fair - students follow the scientific method to ask and answer scientific questions by making observations and doing experiments to showcase
* Science experiments gathered by STEM Focus Friday Coordinator
* Science after school clubs (Ag Science, Lab Rats)
* Biology in a Box Units
* School wide Butterfly Study and Launch
* Mobile Planetarium Visit
* STEM based field trips (Land Between the Lakes, 4-H Agricultural Center, Lost River Cave, etc.)
* Outdoor classroom equipped with weather station
* Scenic campus Nature Trail
 
 
 
 
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