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Note on the Status of (Fall 2017 Update)


You may or may not be aware that in the fall of 2016, I became the  Curriculum Associate for Science & Technology in Deer Park UFSD (the place where I have spent my entire career to this point as a teacher).  Among other things that means that I’m not teaching classes anymore, and not as focused on updating and maintaining

But What About The Goods?

Aside from my students, the major portion of traffic consists of teachers and students from other places, who are accessing the resources that are available.  At current, there are no plans to take down.  All resources remain available at the same place on this site that they have always been available (Chemistry here, and AP Biology here).   My web host for this site is awesome, and cheap.   At the same time, it’s not free.  If you would like to contribute to the longterm status of, you can support the site (by supporting me) either on PayPal (one-time thing) or Patreon (more sustaining support).

What about <OTHER THING>?

I’m sure I have an answer.  Contact me to find out what it is.


Words can not express how awesome I think it is that so many people find this website useful for their own teaching.  I am fully aware that many people visit every day to use the stuff I’ve put here.  I promise that I won’t do anything to darken your instructional day without at least giving you a crapton of warning in advance.

Spring Break Work

Honors Chemistry:

AP Biology:

  • AP Exam Review Book:  Chapters 9-16 (Ch. 13-16 are for the week we get back).  Note:  End of chapter questions are for review, and are NOT representative of AP Exam questions.
  • Finish Population Calculation Practice Problems.
  • Pre-Discussion for Interactions 5 (Ecosystem Structure)
  • Complete Transpiration Lab Report
  • Bring Lab Manual to class on Wednesday.
  • Work on Response Time Infographic

Advances in Parent Newsletters

This year, we’re going to use to handle our parent newsletter duties.  I tend to send a newsletter out once a month, or so.  It’s really just a way to let parents know what’s going on in class.

The newsletter will discuss events in AP Biology as well as Honors Chemistry.

You can sign up below:

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