Recent Announcements

  • 2nd Semester Final
    The second semester final will be given in TWO parts:
    • Part 1 will be taken on Monday
    • Part 2 will be taken on either Tuesday or Wednesday

    Here are some review materials for the 2nd semester final.  Come to class with questions


    Review PowerPoint


    Here are some Helpful Hints for Part 2 of the Semester Final
    Posted May 17, 2017, 8:34 AM by Jerrid Johansen
  • Humans and Ecology Test
    Date:  Tuesday, May 16th
    Format:  Multiple Choice
    Point Value:  Honors (200 points);  General (200 points)
    Content Covered:  Food chains and food webs.  Trophic Levels.  Energy Pyramids.  The Carbon Cycle.
    Climate Change
    Posted May 15, 2017, 10:23 AM by Jerrid Johansen
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Daily Bio Activities

  • Climate Change from NASA
    Check out the following links on climate change from NASA, and answer the questions.
    1. What is the EVIDENCE for climate change?
    2. What are the EFFECTS of climate change?
    3. What do the VITAL SIGNS (carbon dioxide, temperature, sea ice, land ice, sea level) indicate about climate change?
    Posted May 12, 2017, 9:04 AM by Jerrid Johansen
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Online Homework Assignments

  • 2nd Semester Online HW #6
    Content:  Carbon Cycle and Climate Change
    Due Date:  Friday, May 12th
    Point Value:  100 points

    NOTE:  There is no online quiz to complete.  On Friday you will be required to answer the 10 questions in class using a bubble sheet.  You can print out the 10 questions, answer them, bring them with you to class on that Wednesday, and use them to answer the 10 questions.  If you don't look at the 10 questions before Friday that is your decision, not mine.

    Homework Link:  ASSIGNMENT #6
    Posted May 10, 2017, 6:09 AM by Jerrid Johansen
  • 2nd Semester Online HW #5
    Content:  Evidence for Evolution
    Due Date:  Friday, March 31st
    Point Value:  100 points

    NOTE:  There is no online quiz to complete.  On Friday you will be required to answer the 10 questions in class using a bubble sheet.  You can print out the 10 questions, answer them, bring them with you to class on that Wednesday, and use them to answer the 10 questions.  If you don't look at the 10 questions before Friday that is your decision, not mine.

    Homework Link:  ASSIGNMENT #5
    Posted May 10, 2017, 6:07 AM by Jerrid Johansen
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