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Science, Technology & Engineering

Mission Statement:

The (GMS) Science, Technology, and Engineering Department seeks to instill an appreciation and a curiosity for lifelong learning. The curriculum provides opportunities for students to actively observe, investigate, question, and analyze the complex interactions between our planet and its inhabitants. Science is a never-ending quest to answer questions related to people and their universe.


After 3 years of taking science at the GMS, our students will:

  1. Realize that science is a quest to answer questions using a logical approach called the “scientific method."
  2. Have a basic understanding of the forces of nature and how they affect everything on the earth.
  3. Have a basic understanding of how all the organisms on earth are interdependent, and are dependent upon their ecosystems.
  4. Have an understanding of how and why many of the changes on the earth take place.


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Matthew Masciarelli

GMS Teacher/Dept. Advisor, Science

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Sara Donovan

GMS Teacher, Science

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Emily Dymond

GMS Teacher, Science

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Jessica Murphy

GMS Teacher, STEM

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Angela Nervi

GMS Teacher, Science

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Gregory Noble

GMS Teacher, Science

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Deborah Penny-Shaw

GMS Teacher, Science

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Ryan Quinn

GMS Teacher, Technology and Engineering

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Andrea Stuart

GMS Teacher, Science

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Lisa Winchell

GMS Teacher, Science

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