StreamWatch Schools

StreamWatch Schools

The StreamWatch Schools program will engage elementary, middle, and high school students in water quality monitoring, data collection, and data analysis with the support of Watershed Institute Educators. Depending on your class’s specific needs, Watershed Educators will provide in-class and/or streamside instruction to assist with data collection. Our aim is to create an accessible program that is flexible and customizable based on your interests and needs. The StreamWatch Schools Program will feature access to lesson plans aligned to Next Generation Science Standards, with detailed fieldwork procedures, community discussion boards, and a new, custom-built web-based platform for inputting, viewing, analyzing, and sharing water quality data. Participation in this program is free of charge.

StreamWatch Schools Staff

Steve Tuorto, Ph.D.

Director of Science & Stewardship

[email protected] | ext. 35

Jeff Hoagland

Education Director

[email protected] | ext. 25

Anna Hill

Education Manager

[email protected] | ext. 42

Jian Smith

StreamWatch Program Coordinator

[email protected] | ext. 54

Erin Stretz

Assistant Director of Science & Stewardship

[email protected] | ext. 17

Stephanie Silva

Watershed Educator

[email protected] | ext. 48

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