Science

The Science Department believes that a certain degree of familiarity with Science is necessary for today’s world. The sequence of courses may reflect a considerable latitude depending upon one’s interests and needs. There are courses available for all levels of competence ranging from honors sections for more advanced student to skills classes for remedial students.

The department offers courses which are sequential in nature and prepare students for college in the biological and physical sciences. Most college admissions criteria include a minimum of at least three credits in laboratory science. Students who are planning careers in science, health or technical areas should have a three or four year foundation in science. The science department staff and the counselor will assist the student in course selection each year.

Information

Department Chair
Karen Eder

Department Administrative Assistant
Connie Ivan

Department Office
Room C257A
630-795-8810

Welcome: Opening Doors Videos

Final Exam Study Tips

DGS Solar Panel Performance

2020-21 Academic Planning Guide


Staff

Kara Boyle

Faculty

Karen Eder

Science Department Chair

Brian Fudacz

Faculty

Kelsey Gibney

Faculty

Scott Howard

Faculty

Connie Ivan

Administrative Assistant - Science

Nadine Kahl

Faculty

Emily Keating

Faculty

Sandra Largen

Faculty

Scott Parker

Faculty

Sean Senf

Faculty

Marybeth Senser

Faculty

Drew Sobczak

Faculty

Kathleen Troyer

Faculty

Alyssa Vrdoljak

Faculty

Jennifer Wolf

Faculty

James Workman

Faculty