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Join the community of Physics teachers on Long Island to share your ideas, find support from fellow Physics teachers, and stay informed. To learn more about the many ways we support our physics teachers, go to ABOUT LIPTA.

Benefits of Membership

All Physics, by Physics people, for Physics teachers of Long Island, NY:

  • Fall Conference – for Physics teachers, typically on a Saturday morning
  • Spring Conference – for Physics teachers, typically on a Saturday morning
  • Physics Olympics: 1-day event for student teams, typically in March
  • Discussion of AP/IB exams – for Physics teachers, typically in May
  • BBQ social: for Physics teachers, typically in June
  • Newsletters: delivered to your email of choice

You can now renew your LIPTA membership! Go HERE.

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