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Alcona Community High School students learn about soils from Jack Guy.

 

 

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Project Team: Ella White Elementary

The Fifth Grade classes at Ella White Elementary in Alpena are exploring their environment in many different ways, both inside and outside of the classroom. With a plethora of community partners, Ella White is primed for great place-based education practices.

Current Members
Susan Landon
Daniel Moffatt
Robert Thomson
Projects
From Sturgeon on Loan, to raising Lake Trout in the classroom, these 5th graders focus on the most wanted species in Lake Huron.
In a green space outside of their school, 3rd graders and pre-schoolers have decided to restore the school Nature Area and create a learning space with benches.
Created on Thursday, March 13, 2014
 
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