Science Resources


**Help students prepare for CMAS by clicking the link to access the practice tests (ePAT):   Click here for CMAS ePAT



Free Lab Activities from Flinn

Science
Online Glencoe Textbook

Washington State Science Resources

NetLogo

NetLogo is a multi-agent programmable modeling environment. It is used by tens of thousands of students, teachers, and researchers worldwide. You can download it free of charge.

Poudre Learning Center

The Poudre Learning Center (PLC) is a cooperative effort by a wide variety of organizations and interested residents. The Eaton, Greeley-Evans, Johnston-Milliken, and Windsor School Districts, The Poudre Trail Education Board, The University of Northern Colorado, Weld County, the City of Greeley, the Town of Windsor, the Central Colorado Water Conservancy District, the Colorado Division of Wildlife, The Centennial, Greeley, Redete and Windsor Rotary Clubs and George & Bret Hall of Hall-Irwin Corporation have all taken a special interest in developing the Poudre Learning Center.

The PLC Mission is to awaken a sense of wonder and inspire environmental stewardship and citizenship through education of students, families, and local residents along the northern Colorado Front Range. The PLC develops and offers interdisciplinary P-12 education programs aimed at reinforcing concepts presented in local school curriculums. We are a focal point for the study of the Poudre River environments through the use of labs, activities, and field investigations. The Center has a system of barrier free, wheelchair accessible, educational pathways. Students from all four partner school districts can reach the PLC with just a short bus ride.

The Poudre Learning Center is located along the south side of the Poudre River at 83rd Avenue in West Greeley. It is bound by Weld County Road 62 1/4 on the south and Siebring Reservoir on its west boundary. This location offers easy access to U.S. Highway 34 to the south and Weld County Road 64 just north of the Poudre River.


Learning Center Webinars

Interested in advice from experts on Preparing for the Next Generation Science Standards? This link will take you to a series of archived webinars to learn at your own pace.