When Everett middle school students asked their teachers about climate change and how they could make a difference, their teachers reached out to EarthGen for help.
Standing in the shadows of giant wind turbines, it’s hard not to be awestruck. For Yakima-area teachers, a field trip to the Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility outside Ellensburg […]
“I have not only gained incredible knowledge on climate science but I also learned how to teach a class in these challenging times.” – Teacher at WGS’ Fire and Our […]
“Teachers, parents, and students are stretched thin. Having these resources developed for at-home learning is a real gift.” – Dr. Annette Venegas, Science Program Specialist, Kent School District Hundreds of […]
For migrant students across the state, science learning will continue throughout the summer. In collaboration with several school districts, WGS has developed bilingual programs for summer school programs, from the Yakima area to the Skagit Valley.
In the Garden Explorations activity, students in grades K through 5 can practice their math and writing skills while learning more about gardens and how plants grow.
Ideas for Student Action is an interactive resource designed just for middle school students. In this activity, students can take what they have learned over the school year and apply it to take environmental action in their homes and communities.
Elementary school teachers in Kent chose EarthGen (formerly Washington Green Schools) to provide engaging, hands-on science lessons for their fifth grade students.
“What is the point of clean air, clean water, and green grass if the people of the world are dying at the hands of social justice ills?” – Nakisa Glover […]
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! We want to extend a big thank you to all the amazing teachers across our state. We appreciate all that you do. To showcase our appreciation, we’re sharing these words from Becky Bronstein, WGS’ Program Coordinator.