Honors Biology

On this page, students and parents can keep up-to-date on anything

that pertains to Honors Biology at Ridgefield Memorial High School!


Upcoming Assignments

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Here are the upcoming assignments for Honors Biology:

Periods 3 and 5:

- Ecology Article Summary - Wednesday 2/20

- Dead Stuff in Jars Lab Report - Friday 2/22

- Ecology Brochure - Monday 3/4

- Ecology PowerPoint - Monday 3/11

- Ecology Video - Monday 3/18

Welcome to Honors Biology 2018-2019

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Welcome to www.zunick.com!

Welcome to the Biology course website! Please take a good look around. You’ll be using this site quite a lot this year...

For a sneak peek at the “curriculum” for Earth Science, Biology, and Honors Biology, check out www.zunick.com/zunickisms.

Blog Updates Via Email

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

To receive blog updates sent to your email address, go to the following link:


In the first box underneath the words “Getting Started”, type:


Note: The first box already says “http://”. Make sure that you only include “http://” one time.

In the second box, type your email address. Make sure the pop-up menu to the right says “Realtime”. Click on the “Feed Me” button. Then check your email for a link to click on to confirm!

After you confirm, you might see a message stating that real-time updates are not available, but that Blogtrottr will check every hour. It is OK if you see that message.

Slient Reading Tips

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

When you read, pay attention to vocabulary words (in bold), explanations that describe HOW and WHY, and pictures/charts. It is also a good idea to review the questions at the end of each section. Although they are not graded, you should attempt them. You should self-reflect after each reading to make sure that you have understood what you read.

If you read the material and don’t understand it, and then do poorly on the quiz, it is as if you didn’t even bother to read! You need to develop ways of comprehending what you read.  See Mr. Zunick at any time if you need assistance.

Some plants have special adaptations for the heat.

Some lizards display cryptic coloration for protection.

The seagull is looking for a snack in the bay.

Some birds have special adaptations for the water.


Mr. Michael Zunick

Ridgefield Memorial High School

Room 316