All Star teacher Travis Cluckey helped us get a full day of classes set up with North Beach. Our lessons included a call to action as we hosted our first beach clean up on the road. Organized in just 24 hrs we managed to get many of the students we taught out to join in the action. READ MORE IN THE NORTH BEACH – BEACH CLEAN UP POST!
The smallest school we will likely teach at, we made a quick stop to teach the 12 students at this school about plastic pollution. The kids we ecstatic to learn more and to have some visitors.
Another tribal school out on the Olympic Peninsula, we left the kids at Tahola so stoked they chased our bus as we drove away. The elementary level classes we worked with had good questions and a strong understanding of the meaning behind Malama Aina.
The home of Twighlight is NOT really that. Working with Forks High was awesome. We had large groups all day and at one point landed a library packed full with two classes. Aloha to Forks for letting us come drop some wisdom!
Our first tribal school, Quileute was full of engaged students looking for information on how plastics impact fisheries. Because of the communities reliance on fish for sustenance and employment, our discussions hit home.
The first school we taught after officially hitting the road, Port Angeles High School allowed us to consider the Strait of Juan de Fuca and how the water there outlets to the Pacific. A couple environmental classes let us jump in and work with students.
Although not title one, the Island School was one of the most engaged schools in the area when it comes to environmental work. We pushed the students at this school to think outside the box when it came to plastic pollution and how they could do more.
Kingston High School is the school that both Hans and Nick attended as youth. We educated students in advanced placement classes discussing not only plastic pollution but life after high school and how to pursue with career choices including college.
The first trip on the road for the SHOREBUS! The students at Talbot Hill were excited to see the big blue bus and couldn’t wait to get a photo in front of it!
Emerald Heights hosted a series of classes for the K-2 grades. We taught a full day and educated over 200 students.