NatureBridge Teacher's Night Out: Resources for Taking Your Classroom Outdoors

Join us for a FREE evening of lively, hands-on activities with local organizations that provide environmental education experiences for school groups. 

Since 1971, NatureBridge has been a leader in environmental education, providing residential programs for schools in some of the country's most ecologically diverse national parks. NatureBridge's envrionmental science programs in Olympic National Park reinforce classroom curriculum, connect students to the natural world, and inspire lifelong learning through hands-on science. 

Questions? Contact:

Sam Drucker
Director of Outreach & Enrollment
206-382-6212 ext 13

When & Where

 

Event Details

  • Learn about local resources designed to support teachers in the outdoor classroom.
  • Mingle with partner organization staff and fellow teachers.
  • Explore the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park after hours.
  • Hear inspirational stories from teachers and educators in the field.
  • Enjoy tasty refreshments.
  • Win raffle prizes.

 

RSVP by Thursday, February 1

 

"Our students are nurtured as individuals experiencing the magic of nature and as young scientists learning to prepare and make sense of collected data." - Christine B., Teacher at Hazel Wolf K-8 STEM School, attending NatureBridge since 2010

Partner Organizations in Attendance: 

     

   Locations:

   Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park in Pioneer Square