Thursdays, April 17 & May 22, 2:00-4:00 PM
Metea County Park is offering a home school science enrichment program for all school age students in three age groups and will be working on several different topics throughout the school year.
Participants in this project MUST pre-register at 449-3777 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred method). At least 5 people must register for the program to run.
The fee for this program is $10.00 PER STUDENT AND $4.00 PER PARENT, and includes both month’s sessions, all handouts and equipment. One parent/guardian per family is required to attend. Dress for the weather.
CLASSES FILL UP QUICKLY, SO RESERVE YOUR SPACE SOON!
In honor of Earth Day and National Environmental Education Week we will be learning about Environmental Stewardship.
Environmental stewardship is the responsibility to take care of our natural resources to ensure that they are sustainably managed for current and future generations. Stewardship of the environment can include recycling, conservation, regeneration, and restoration.
The students who participate in this program will learn about being citizen stewards. Topics will include control of invasive species, water quality (Hoosier Riverwatch), recycling, and conservation.
We will be getting dirty and possibly wet during these classes, please dress accordingly.
Beginner Division grades 1-3, Intermediate grades 4-6, and Advanced grades 7-12
EACH SESSION BEGINS PROMPTLY AT 2:00 PM!
PLEASE PLAN TO COME EARLY FOR REGISTRATION!