Classes: Athletic Training: This class focuses on sports medicine concepts and the care for athletic injuries. Human Anatomy and Physiology: The study of the human body, how it is structured, and how those structures work together to keep the body functioning properly.
Mr. Salvatore is the Head of Athletic Trainers and the Science Department at Fountain Fort Carson High School. He has a BS in Community Health Education/ Athletic Training, and a MA in Exercise Physiology
Classes: Human Anatomy and Physiology-This lab-based science course will involve the study of structure and function of the human body systems: skeletal, muscular, digestion, circulation, integumentary, nervous, and reproductive. Organs are dissected.
Human Body Systems-Second level of the Biomedical Pathway, and all students participate in HOSA-Future Health Professionals Program.
Biomedical Innovations- Fourth level of the Biomedical Pathway, and all students participate in HOSA-Future Health Professionals Program.
Mrs. Threadgill is the advisor for HOSA-Future Health Professionals.
Classes: Principles of Biomedical Science - In PBS we investigate the death of a fictious college student, we become the doctor and run traditional tests you would find in a doctors office, track and deal with an outbreak, and design our own hospital.
Medical Interventions - In MI we talk about infectious diseases and how to treat/designing treatments for them, genes/heredity, cancer/designing treatments for cancer, and creating solutions for when organs fail.
Mr. Fogarty has a Natural Science Degree with a Biology Education Concentration and a Masters Degree in Educational Administration.
Classes: Pre-AP Biology and Ecology/Zoology- We focus on the amazing field of life science! Cells, DNA, photosynthesis. In ecology, we learn about all the aspects of an ecosystem and different impacts that can effect them. In zoology, we complete dissections and learn about how all of life is organized.
Mrs. Delano is a sponsor of the OAP (Outdoor Adventure Club) and Science Tutoring. She has a Bachelor of Science in Forestry/Botany (CSU Fort Collins), Master of Arts in Teaching (UNC Greeley), and an EMT Certificate (PPCC).
Classes: Science 9-12,-modified curriculums of sciences for Special Education Students.
Mr. Gabriel is anAssistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, sponsor the Club - Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He has a Bachelors in Health Science, and a Masters in Kinesiology, Masters - Special Education