Skip to main content
Auburn schools - click for home
Click for Athletics Click for Anonymous Alerts Click for Calendar Click for SchoolTool Click for Lunch Menu


 
 

Earth Science

Earth Science is the study of the processes and interactions of the four earth systems including the Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, Geosphere, and the Biosphere. Therefore topics that we discuss will be derived from Geology, Hydrology, Meterology, Astronomy, and Oceanography.
 
Teacher Subject / Course

Sarah Dibble Earth Science, Natural Disasters,
Astronomy
Thomas Izzo Regents Earch Science
(for accelerated 8th graders)
Cheryl Loechelt Earth Science
Rachel Sperduti Earth Science

There is never a shortage of topics, and you are sure to find something that you will like from Hurricanes and Tornados to Precious Minerals, from Earthquakes and Volcanoes to Constellatons; there is a topic to interest every student.
 
Topics that we will discuss in class include (but are not limited to):
Making Scientific Observations and Measurements
Density
Graphing
Measuring the Earth
Finding Locations on the Earth
Rocks and Minerals
Weathering
Erosion and Deposition
Plate Tectonics
Earthquakes and Volcanoes
The Earth's Interior
Geologic History
The Geologic Timeline
Landscape Development
The Earth's Energy Budget
Insolation
Meterology
The Earth's Climate
The Earth Motion including the Seasons
The Water Cycle
The Origin of the Universe
Astronomy
 
 
Superintendent: Jeffrey Pirozzolo
Phone: 315.255.8800
Address: 78 Thornton Avenue | Auburn, NY 13021