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August 9, 2017
Welcome to Croom physics. As we start a new school year. Take this opportunity to become familiar with the website.

August 9, 2016
Each student should complete the student interest survey by Clicking Here

They should also registered for TurnItIn, Webasssing, EdPuzzle, and Moodle do so before Wednesday.

August 9, 2016
The digital book for this year can be found at the following links. Bookmark the approriate link for your class on your computer and your other digital devices. Also download a .pdf or .EPUB version of the book for your use if you do not have interenet access. Book: Two other websites that you will need are:

August 8, 2016
Add a CroomPhyics Button to your devices Home Screen
iPhone, iPad, & iPod Touch Safari -
  1. In Safari on your apple mobile device, go to
  2. Tap the Share button.
  3. Tap the Add to Home Screen icon
Android Chrome -
  1. In Chrome on your android mobile device, go to
  2. Tap the menu button.
  3. Tap "Add to Homescreen".
  4. Enter a name for the shortcut.
Firefox -
  1. In Firefox on your android mobile device, go to
  2. Tap the menu button.
  3. Tap "Page options."
  4. Tap "Add to Home Screen".

August 8, 2016
If anyone finds websites that should be added to the links section of please e-mail me at


For a full list of news articles click here
Building a Better Mirror for Telescopes
09/22/2017 02:52 PM
More reflective telescope mirrors allow astronomers to capture more photons—and do more science. Christopher Intagliata reports.

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Galaxies Far, Far Away Send Us Highest-Energy Cosmic Rays
09/21/2017 12:00 PM
A new study hints that the most energetic particles ever seen come from far beyond the Milky Way.  

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Springtime Now Arrives Earlier for Birds
09/20/2017 06:27 PM
A trove of scientific notes from the early 1900s suggests a warming climate is driving birds to migrate earlier to New York’s Mohonk Preserve. Julia Rosen reports.

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Warming Puts Squeeze on Ancient Trees
09/17/2017 09:30 PM
As temperatures rise, the tree line moves upslope. But ancient bristlecone pines are losing that upslope race to faster-colonizing neighbors. Christopher Intagliata reports.

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