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    Mr. Chris Eurich

    High School Room 2615

    chris_eurich@etownschools.org

    717-367-1533

     
    Currently Mr. Eurich is teaching electives in Human Anatomy & Physiology along with Biochemistry & Biotechnology and previously has taught sections in Honors Biology.
    Course information for these classes is provided further down this page.  Scroll down to locate the appropriate classes.
     
      

     
    Human Anatomy & Physiology
     

    Course No. 357

     

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    Mr. Chris Eurich

    High School Room 2615

    chris_eurich@etownschools.org

    717-367-1533


    This course is a study of the structure and function of the human body. Major units include: levels of organization, support and movement, integration and coordination, transport, absorption and excretion and the human life cycle.  Numerous lab activities will supplement the classroom experience including a dissection of a fetal pig and other selected organs.
     

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    Resources for this course are found on Schoology, a learning management system (LMS).  The site requires the student and/or parent to log in using a teacher supplied pass code.  Parents may request a pass code for this course/section by sending an email to Mr. Eurich at the address listed above.

     

     

    Biochemistry & Biotechnology

    Course No. 359

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    Mr. Chris Eurich

    High School Room 2615

    chris_eurich@etownschools.org

    717-367-1533


    This lab-centered course examines the chemistry of the life processes. Three major units are studied during the semester.  Unit one examines basic organic chemistry: the chemistry of carbon compounds, which form the background for all biologically important compounds.  In unit two the focus is on the biological molecules: carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.  The final unit is biotechnology: techniques used to extract, manipulate and analyze DNA will be learned and performed in the laboratory.
     

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    Mr. Eurich's Schoology Site

     

    Resources for this course are found on Schoology, a learning management system (LMS).  The site requires the student and/or parent to log in using a teacher supplied pass code.  Parents may request a pass code for this course/section by sending an email to Mr. Eurich at the address listed above.

     
     

     
    Honors Biology 
     
    Course No. 310
     
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    Mr. Chris Eurich

    High School Room 2615

    chris_eurich@etownschools.org

    717-367-1533


    This course is a lab-oriented experience and is intended for the highly motivated student.  The Biology course content includes laboratory safety, microscopy, cell structure and function, DNA, genetics, classification, and ecology.  Scientific models, patterns, systems, processes, scales and evolutionary relationships will be explored throughout the course. In addition to the Biology course content, honors students will have a more in-depth study of the material with emphasis given to the molecular biological concepts.
     

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    Mr. Eurich's Schoology Site

     

    Resources for this course are found on Schoology, a learning management system (LMS).  The site requires the student and/or parent to log in using a teacher supplied pass code.  Parents may request a pass code for this course/section by sending an email to Mr. Eurich at the address listed above.