The Missouri River is historically significant, ecologically diverse, culturally important, and right outside many American’s back door. Missouri River Relief, a non-profit organized to connect people with the river, now has two new ways for you to connect your community, educators and students directly with this national treasure.
A hands-on professional development workshop for 6th-12th grade formal and non-formal educators to learn how to use river education to integrate science, social studies, ELA and math in a way that engages students, strengthens their learning and prepares them to be college and career-ready. Learn more at http://www.riverrelief.org/updates/entry/the-missouri-river-catalys.../
Missouri River Academy – July 10 to 14, New Haven Missouri
A hands-on river camp for 8th to 12th grade students that will give them the understanding, skills and confidence to enjoy, make use of and protect the Missouri River. Learn more at http://www.riverrelief.org/updates/entry/missouri-river-academy-2016/
Questions? Check out the links above or e-mail Kristen Schulte at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't miss this chance to develop an authentic learning opportunities for your community, educators and students by developing a hands-on relationship with a national treasure!