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Science classes come to a close

Science classes come to a close

Lucy zumBrunnen

June 7, 2019

As the year comes to an end, senior Linsey Epstien reflects on her time spent in her science classes over the years. “This year I took physics instead of biology. The physics class was more structured than the class I took last year,” Epstien said. Epstien compared classes she took and her re...

New science teacher brings fresh perspective to Park

New teacher Sophie Sigel explains an activity to her class Feb. 8. After teaching in Taiwan last semester, Sigel started this semester as a tutor and biology teacher.

Maggie Klaers and Ruthie Posada

February 18, 2019

Sophie Sigel, the science department’s newest member, will be teaching biology classes this semester. “I am doing some tutoring for English and science in the mornings, and I also teach biology,” Sigel said. According to one of Sigel’s biology students, junior Karie Chula, Sigel’s optim...

Students schedules change at quarter

Students wait for AP U.S. history class to begin third hour Tues. Nov. 21. Third hour experienced an influx of students due to schedule changes.

Emma Kempf

December 1, 2017

When junior Rachel Mattson’s biology and AP U.S. history hours changed, she said it was an easy switch. “It’s really not that bad, it’s just weird going from second hour to AP U.S. History instead of bio,” Mattson said. “History has a lot more people in it, and biology is a little empty,...

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