A Distance Learning Guide for Educators and Guardians
Save The River is committed to providing quality educational programs and resources for formal and informal educators throughout our region. Save The River has developed Virtual Learning Guides and Resources for students, parents, and educators who are interested in learning more about the St. Lawrence River.
Light Pollution can be integrated into classroom curriculum and addresses New York State Science and/or ELA Learning Standards, with a focus on PreK-6 grade levels.
Save The River can work with you to tailor pre-and post-discussion content to meet your classroom needs.
Interested in learning more about our educational opportunities? Save The River is always happy to work with new teachers and find ways to create meaningful lessons for students.
Fill out the form here and a member of our educational team will respond to see what options make sense for your classroom whether that is in person or a virtual experience.
There are many additional fun and educational activities you can use to engage your students with St. Lawrence River island habitats both in the classroom or during distance learning. In addition make sure to follow our Facebook Page to learn more about what Save The River is doing to protect our waterways, and to stay up to date on upcoming adult and youth educational opportunities.