Science

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About the Science Department

The Ponderosa High School Science Department has a variety of science classes available to students. It is recommended that college bound students take a minimum of ESE (Earth, Space, Environmental), Biology and Chemistry. In addition to this core class schedule, students should consider one of the AP classes. Currently AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Environmental Science, and AP Physics are offered. The Department also offers one semester elective classes that are interest based. All classes are laboratory based.

19-20 Science Department

Science Staff

Jason AndersonJason Anderson
Department Chair
Science Teacher
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jason.anderson@dcsdk12.org
303.387.0770 x64001
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Eric CunninghamEric Cunningham
Science Teacher

dain.cunningham@dcsdk12.org
303.387.0770 x64034
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Clark EylClark Eyl
Science Teacher

clark.eyl@dcsdk12.org    
303.387.0770 x64066
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Alyson FritzAlyson Fritz
Science Teacher

alyson.fritz@dcsdk12.org
303.387.0770 x64048
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Laura MarschkeLaura Marschke
Science Teacher

laura.marschke@dcsdk12.org
303.387.0770 x
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Shannon RademacherShannon Rademacher
Science Teacher

shannon.rademacher@dcsdk12.org
303.387.0770 x64071
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Deb RichardsonDeb Richardson
Science Teacher

debra.richardson1@dcsdk12.org
303.387.0770 x
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Tito RinaldisTito Rinaldis
Science Teacher

carmen.rinaldis@dcsdk12.org
303.387.0770 x64023
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PHS PlaceholderAutumn Rosengren
Science Teacher

autumn.rosengren@dcsdk12.org
303.387.0770
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PHS PlaceholderZach Tipton
Science Teacher

zachary.tipton@dcsdk12.org
303.387.0770
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Pam WaidPam Waid
Science Teacher

pam.waid@dcsdk12.org
303.387.0770 x64048
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