Applied Physics Syllabus
Mr. Lathrop graduated from CMR in 1973. His qualifications include a BS in Secondary Education with a Broadfield in Science, Major in Physical Science, Major in Mathematics, and a Minor in Chemistry from Western Montana College, Dillon, MT and a MS in Chemistry with an emphasis in Physical Chemistry from Washington State University, Pullman WA. He has been teaching at CMR since 1994. He is also the CMR Key Club Advisor.
Active Physics Core Select Copyright 2005 by Itís About Time, Herff Jones Educational Division
A hands on approach to applied physics that will prepare students for further education in technical schools. This course may be used for science credit or vocational credit.
Students will be introduced to:
Mechanical Systems: and how they apply to construction and automotive trades
Fluid Systems: and how they apply to aerodynamics in boats and aeronautics
Electrical Systems: and how they apply to construction, motors and generators
Students will be expected to:
Students should have passed foundations of science.
Students will be given access to texts, computers, and all lab equipment needed to excel in applied physics.
Grades are determined as a straight percentage of points from homework, labs, and tests.
More information on the curriculum may be found at the district website: