Teton Science School partners with local students
Teton Science Schools is proud to partner with Park City Day School in offering a week-long Summer Youth Learning Adventure on June 10-14 for students entering 1st through 6th grade.
Children will have opportunities to learn about the natural world in their community through hands-on, place-based outdoor education. Combining Park City Day School’s approach to experiential learning and Teton Science Schools 45 years of teaching kids of all ages about the wonders of the natural world, the program guarantees to be educational and fun, according to a press release from the Teton Science School.
"Teton Science Schools is excited to be offering programs for the children of Park City and to have such a great partner in the Park City Day School." stated Jack Shea, Executive Director of Teton Science Schools.
Teton Science Schools were founded in 1967. Since that time the schools have been educating, training and inspiring students of all ages, achieving the mission of connecting people, nature, place, and education.
"Park City Day School is thrilled to offer an exciting summer program for children in our community by collaborating with Teton Science Schools. The missions of our organizations complement each other well as we pool resources to benefit the community." Tess Miner-Farra, associate head of school.
Teton Science Schools’ Kelly Campus in Grand Teton National Park serves as home for the Graduate Student Program and a selection of residential education programs for youth, while the new nearly 900-acre Jackson Campus is home to the Pre-K through 12th grade Journeys School, the Teacher Learning Center, the Conservation Research Center, and an array of residential education programs for school groups, families and elders.
Please contact Teton Science Schools for more information or to register at 307-733-1313, or register online at http://www.tetonscience.org .
Story compiled by The Park Record staff
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