Welcome! My name is Randy Kirschman and I teach Science at the school we love, Elsinore High School. Teaching Geology rocks and I don't take my job for granite.
Physical Geology is a one year laboratory course that will provide students with a comprehensive view of geologic science concepts and principles, offer students opportunities to develop science process skills, and use the themes of Energy, and Systems and Interaction to interrelate ideas from Chemistry, Physics, and Earth Science. This course meets UC/CSU (Laboratory Science-d) requirements.
I am a proud alum of THE Northern Arizona University. At NAU, I earned a Bachelor's degree and was a team captain as a Defensive Lineman on the Lumberjack football team. I also earned a teaching credential from Cal State San Marcos and a Master's Degree from Cal State Bakersfield.
I have been happily married for ten years to my High School Sweetheart, Ashley. Together, we have a son, Kason (6) and a daughter, Delaney (2). I love my family very much and spend as much good time with them as I can.
I always look forward to working with my students and the community toward a good learning experience. Click the link below to my Physical Geology class to keep up with information including my course expectations and syllabus, daily work, assignments, and other announcements.