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Please use this page's links to find useful course and club information.
I am available for extra help during unit lunch after school in room 304, Monday - Friday. Additionally, see me for other times that may work for us both.
Parents, please become an observer in your child's Canvas account for the course. Also, please visit Genesis regularly to stay current with grades...thanks.
"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everththing else in the universe." - John Muir
Click on the following links for more information on local weather, recent events in science and health as well as the most recent swell forecast.
If you have never listened to a RADIOLAB podcast then now's your chance. These well produced shows by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich from WNYC explore ideas and topics from a broad range of topics. According to WNYC, "Radiolab believes your ears are a portal to another world. Where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience. Big questions are investigated, tinkered with, and encouraged to grow. Bring your curiosity, and we'll feed it with possibility." These shows are AWESOME! Enjoy.
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone number: 732-528-8820 Ext. 1826
Extra help available during unit lunch and after school Monday - Friday (other times with prior notice).
Courses Taught: Lab Marine Science, Lab Environmental Science, Lab Meteorology/Astronomy, Lab Biology, Lab Biology Concepts, Lab Anatomy & Physiology and Advanced Placement Environmental Science
Education: Monmouth University - B.S., Biology (Conc. in Marine and Environmental Biology)
- Master of Arts in Teaching
Mr. Wasnesky is in his 14th year of teaching science at Manasquan. He joined the Science Department following student teaching here at Manasquan in the Spring of 2005.
Prior to coming to Manasquan, he had worked giving K-12 marine science field trips for the NJ Sea Grant Consortium at Sandy Hook, helped run a tutoring program at Monmouth University, was a sea kayak guide in Alaska, and worked for the NJDEP’s endangered and non-game species program. Other teaching experience includes teaching Freshman Seminar at Monmouth University. Thanks to the nomition and contributions by MHS teachers and students he was was the 2010 honorable mention recipient of the NJ Green Fest Green Award in the category of High School Teacher. Mr. Wasnesky was also named the 2012-2013 Manasquan High School Teacher of the Year.
Mr. Wasnesky enjoys raising his students’ awareness about the environment and encourages good decision making regarding its future.
Clubs advised by Mr. Wasnesky includes co-advising of the Fishing Club and Environmental Club which in the past has traveled to Guatemala, Thailand, India and Costa Rica. He participates as a Freshman Transition Project advisor and teaches in the MHS/Rutgers University Academy of Health Careers.