Day, Time: Tuesday, 1:15 – 2:15
SPARC Registration: 179377
Holly Rikhof studied Molecular Biology and Biochemistry at the University of Colorado and has worked in a variety of research labs. In recent years, as a COOP preschool parent and active classroom volunteer, she has been able to use her science background to inspire discovery in the classroom. She very much enjoys inspiring young minds to fall in love with science.
In this class, we will try to demystify some of the most pressing questions on our minds – “Why do cats have whiskers?” “Are there really worms so small you can’t see them?” “What makes thunder?” – and gain a better understanding of how science impacts our everyday lives.
REQUIRED SKILLS FOR STUDENTS TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THIS CLASS:
Compliance with Family Rights & Responsibilities.
Students outside of the age range listed on this class description will not be granted age variance admission.