Spring 2016 Education Program
Our education program, led by Interim Education Program Manager Chrissy McLean, has been in full swing this spring. We have been implementing our Real Learning, Real Work Middle School Curriculum with students from Port Townsend, Clallam Bay, Joyce, and Neah Bay schools. We’ve also been continuing partnerships with Al Gonzalez’s 6th grade science class at Chimacum Middle School, and with Jefferson Land Trust working with students from Blue Heron Middle School in Port Townsend.
Implementation of our education programs requires funding by private donations, and they are entirely FREE to students and families who participate. See below for a list of upcoming education events, and updates on the great things local students are learning about our environment!
End of April
21st– Macroinvertebrates lesson with Al Gonzalez’s class at Chimacum Middle School
25th– Clallam, Joyce, and Neah Bay students will be implementing their Real Learning, Real Work planting plans by planting native species at Hoko River State Park
29th– Macroinvertebrates lesson with 8th graders from Blue Heron Middle School in partnership with Jefferson Land Trust
2nd– Classroom lessons with 7th grade science students at Blue Heron Middle School, teaching them about the economics of restoration as part of our Real Learning, Real Work curriculum
5th&6th– Beach seining organized by USGS at Indian Island with students from Blue Heron Middle School
17th– Maintenance day at Snow Creek Estuary as part of the Real Learning, Real Work curriculum with Blue Heron Middle School students. Volunteers needed
19th– FIN the Migrating Salmon will be at Grant St School! Volunteers needed
To volunteer at one of our education days, contact Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 360-379-8051.
Feature image by Charles Espey