3/16 Monday: I hope you are all taking care of yourselves in light of this very uncertain time. Remember that fresh air, a walk in the woods, a bike ride or jog is your best medicine and completely safe!

Posted by Miquel Cohn on 3/16/2020

I will be accepting test corrections from your geologic history unit exam online. (please use your school email to contact me).  Please take a photo of your scanned scranton and attach typed test corrections with your explanations for %25 credit back. Just as with normal extra help after school, I would be glad to take questions via email. For any student who has yet to make up the weathering rates lab from Monday 3/9 A or Tuesday 3/10 B, please know you can easily do this lab/experiment at home using alka seltzer tablets if you have them on hand! The lab is located in our class resource page under our surface processes unit.  Anything can be opened in Microsoft word and emailed to me.  

I will continue to update our class page with further direction from administration in event that remote teaching take place. For now I am asking for all students to take this opportunity to make up missed work from prior absences and/or late/incomplete work (all lab workasudual are under class page resources). There are no current required new assignments.  As of 3/13 we have covered all of weathering (environmental factors and physical vs chemical weathering examples)- lesson videos have already been posted for these previously taught topics under class resources, surface processes (unit 6), lesson videos. 


Miss Cohn 3/15