ECO Challenge 2020 - Part 2
Saturday May 9, 2020
Performing Arts Center
1651 Valencia Ave. Placentia
The ECO Challenge is an academic competition for motivated 4th - 8th grade students who are interested in a project-based, student-led learning experience. Students will have the opportunity to practice critical thinking, problem solving, public speaking and collaboration with their peers to solve an ECO Challenge. Enrollment begins February 22nd at the Guided HIke event in Carbon Canyon. Students will have the opportunity to form teams of 2-5 students, pick an ECO Challenge topic to investigate and sign up for the competition. Enrollment will also be available online. The teams will prepare a presentation of their ECO Challenge solution with the help of mentors and coaches. Two workshops will be scheduled for students to receive guidance and support. Teams advancing to the finals will present on may 9th at the District Performing Arts Center located at El Dorado High School. Winners will receive District recognition and prizes.
More information on the
will be posted here in the coming weeks
Learn, Do and Act at Carbon Canyon
POSTPONED TO NEXT SATURDAY 2-29-2020 DUE TO RAIN FORECAST
As parents and we understand that education unlocks the door to a future filled with possibilities. We encourage families to learn and work together outdoors in nature. In doing so, we plant seeds that will encourage our children to grow into young adults who are knowledgeable, creative and skilled. They will be prepared to discover, advocate, and implement solutions to improve our world.
Experience your Environment-Guided Hike Part 1
Saturday Feb. 29, 2020
Carbon Canyon Regional Park
4442 Carbon Canyon Rd. Brea
8:30am Check In at Shelter 3
9am-11:30 am Program begins
Experience your Environment is a family event that includes a short guided hike facilitated by Inside the Outdoors. Families will participate in the conservation of native plants near the Redwood grove. Inside the Outdoors Naturalists will teach us about the plants and animals that call Carbon Canyon Regional Park their home.
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