For 7th Graders & Their Families
A year-long hands-on learning program that gets students involved in the environmental sciences of their surroundings and fosters lifelong interest in protecting our environment
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Families join us for our ‘Finding Our Way’ Potluck Dinner
Sunday, December 17 from 4 -6 p.m.
at the Danbury Public Schools Family & Community Engagement Center
49 Osborne Street, Danbury
Our 2017 overnight field trip to Wallops Island, VA was a huge success
We visited the NASA Space Flight Center, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration’s satellite station, Chincoteague National Wildlife Reserve and Dover Air Force Base and the Air Mobility Command Museum. We met scientists, pilots, wildlife experts, and learned how science is used in many facets of life.
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NOAA Marine Debris Program Art Contest: Now – November 30th, 2017
Feeling artistic? Hurry and submit your artwork by November 30th. It could be featured in the Marine Debris 2019 Calendar!
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Family Science Saturday: Feb 03, 2018, 9 – 12pm
Our family science exploration continues on February 3rd when we track turtle migration the way marine biologists do and consider the obstacles turtles overcome to make successful journeys.
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See our NOAA Experience 2017
Follow Our Way students! See what you did this summer in our awesome video synopsis.
“With your help, I was able to progress from my school science fair, to the Connecticut State Science Fair, where I received ribbons for first honors in biotechnology…There is nothing I want more than to come back to the Science Fair again next year, and during this second process, to learn more from all of you again.” – From a Student in the 2016 Program