This is the place to find resources to support the great science teachers at Roosevelt High School!

We need volunteers for field trips, to give presentations to the kids at school, or to present an evening science lecture to the Roosevelt High School community. In addition, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (publisher of the journal Science) is looking for volunteers for STEM programs in the Puget Sound area. Details can be found by clicking
here.

Please let us know if you can help! Send an email to either of the two co-chairs of the Roosevelt Science Boosters, Peter Small (peter.small@gatesfoundation.org) or Justine Barton (justine@epickayaks.com).
Let us know what other resources you would like to see made available to the students, teachers or parents. In the meantime, click on the links in the boxes below to see the resources we currently have available.

Upcoming Science in Society Lectures


The upcoming December 3rd lecture is “
Vaccinations: Saving Lives and Keeping You Healthy” and will feature speaker Parker A. Small, Jr. M.D. Florida 2012 CDC Childhood Immunization Champion Member, Emerging Pathogens Institute Professor Emeritus, Department of Pediatrics Professor Emeritus, Department of Pathology University of Florida College of Medicine.

All of the Science and Society lectures will take place at 7:30 PM in the RHS library. Watch this space for announcements regarding upcoming lectures for the 2014-2015 school year. Lectures are currently scheduled for Wednesday, December 3rd, Thursday March 19th, and Thursday April 30th

Click here to view links to educational subjects including:

Astronomy

Biology

Chemistry

Games That Teach Science

Geology

Images

Math

Miscellaneous Resources

Physics
Click here to view the best science apps for the iPad and iPhone



















Click here to view links to:

Science Education Resources in Washington State

University of Washington Science Education Resources

National Science Education Resources

Programs Specifically Focused on Young Women, the Disabled, and Minorities to Advance Their Interests in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
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