Green Schoolyard Teacher Training
From edible gardening to rain barrels and rain gardens, green schoolyard projects are an impactful way to teach your students about the local environment while enriching their hands-on science experiences!
At this free workshop you will:
- Tour the Mukilteo Elementary Outdoor classroom to see firsthand how one school transformed their schoolyard into a sustainable outdoor learning laboratory.
- Learn about local funding opportunities to jumpstart your next schoolyard project.
- Hear presentations and meet other teachers who’ve implemented projects at their schools, including lessons learned along the way.
- Hear presentations from Farmer Frog, Snohomish Conservation District, and Everett School District Head of Maintenance to learn the steps, challenges, and tips to getting a project installed at your school.
- Network with other educators who share a passion for outdoor education and sustainability.
Who Should Attend our Project WET Workshop?
This workshop is for K-12 Teachers, with case studies from both elementary and secondary schools!
Dinner will be provided at no cost to all workshop attendees!
- Sue Idso & the Mukilteo Elementary Outdoor Classroom Team
- Gail Walters, Jackson High School Science Teacher, and Green Team Leader
- Dave Johnson, Everett School District Maintenance Supervisor
- Zsofia Pastor, Farmer Frog
- Laura Goff, Derek Hahn, and Lily Cason, Snohomish Conservation District
Please Register Online to reserve your spot: https://greenschoolyard.eventbrite.com
Optional Extra Credit
3 Washington Science Teachers Association clock-hours will be offered.
Snohomish Conservation District with grant funding provided by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.