Scientific literacy has become a necessity for everyone because scientific information is used to make choices every day. Individuals need to engage intelligently in debates about life and world issues and demonstrate scientific literacy in the workplace. Jobs in the twenty-first century will require that workers are able to learn, reason, make decisions, think critically, and solve problems. An understanding of science contributes to these attributes.
The Chesapeake Public Schools’ science program is aligned with the Virginia Science Standards of Learning (SOL) and the objectives and goals of the National Science Education Standards (NSES).
|Science Department Chair: Dr. Crystal Barco|
|Science Department Faculty|
|Dr. Crystal Barco||Mr. Brennan Barnhart|
|Ms. Tiffany Byrum||Ms. Amy Myers|
|Ms. Erica Cottrell||Dr. Randy Cromwell|
|Ms. Sherry Dillingham||Ms. Kelly Gower|
|Ms. Lori Hughes||Ms. Maggie Lamay|
|Ms. Carolyn LaRoche||Ms. Amanda Maser|
|Ms. Vivian Stevenson|