Integrating New York State Education Standards with environmental education through science, language arts, physical education, the arts, math, and history is the way in which our school outreach programs make lasting connections between children and the natural world.
The primary goal of Marie L. Haberl School Outreach Program is to create significant life experiences, by designing programs centered on developing life long values about the nature of New York and motivating students to act to protect it.To facilitate these types of life experiences, we educate students during the three seasons of their academic year.
This program is comprised of three components. The first is a classroom presentation highlighting key concepts to introduce students to terms and techniques that will be used to study the seasonal changes. An activity journal is provided to bridge the curriculum between the classroom and field components. Finally, the students arrive at the Heart Lake Program Center for a day of adventure and learning.
Funds one student during the 2019-2020 school year
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