Thursday, July 21, 2005
Tuesday, July 19, 2005
Here's what you do: look at all the topics and you be the judge of who fits that quality. Post your vote and don't be shy. Say what you want to say. Mention the person you would like to nominate for that theme poll.You can nominate more than one person (Remember no use of profanity or insults; we are family).
2: Best Smile
3: Group Clown
5: Most Creative
7: Best Dancer
10: BEST JOKE TELLER
11: gROUP fLIRT
Dr. Robert Saar
- teaches at Biarcliff HS- Chemistry
- in high school he liked math and chemistry
- Stated that " I got to college and math was to hard"
- was a chemistry consultant for 18 yrs
- and realized that he enjoyed explaining things to people.
"Teaching is a natural second career."
Education: undergraduate at Yale University; graduate at University of New Hampshire.
He's been teaching for 7 yrs this fall. It will be his 3rd yr. teaching at STEP.
Reasons for coming back: "Perspective reminds me there's a world outside of Briarcliff."
Tom Tokarski, is the S.T.E.P. (Science and Technology Entry Program) programs' resident earth science teacher. With six years of teaching under his belt, Mr. Tokarski presents a worthy challenge to new coming S.T.E.P. students. Graduating from Western Connecticut State College where he received his Bachelors Of Arts in teaching, he continued on to earn his Masters at City College in New York. He has served the S.T.E.P. program for a total of three summers and is looking forward to future participation in this exciting program. In class, he aspires to cover the three main types of Earth Science: Geology, Meteorology, and Astronomy. Students engage in thought provoking, brain stimulating lessons which enable them to further themselves in their knowledge of the subject, ultimately fulfilling the S.T.E.P. goal.