Mr. Joseph Markow

Mr. MarkowWelcome to the science program at Lee H. Kellogg School.  This page provides an overview of Mr. Markow's science classes and includes information, resources for parents and students.

Parents and students will find links to files such as the class brochure, study guides, project assignments and rubrics to help them better assist their children at home. 

 The homework listings for the trimester are also posted. 

          

Meet the Teacher

Mr. Markow teaches science in grades five through eight at Lee H. Kellogg School. 

He has had a passion for science since kindergarten, beginning with dinosaurs and extending into marine life, aquatic creatures and woodland wildlife.  He studied zoology in college and ecology in graduate school.  Most of his research has focused on amphibians of Connecticut and Massachusetts.  He has also assisted with bird, insect and reptile studies in the Caribbean.

Mr. Markow is author of The Land and People of Cornwall, Connecticut: A Conservation Perspective of Our Town’s Natural Treasures (2012) and co-author of Amphibians and Reptiles of the Connecticut College Arboretum: Bulletin 36 (1998).