The K-5 STEM Leadership Network is a professional learning experience designed for Elementary educators. The content of each event is designed to immerse participants in activities that integrate relevant climate science topics with math and science practices. A working lunch provides the opportunity to network with other middle level science educators and learn about regional and state science learning resources and opportunities. Important Session Information: Each of the three sessions of the K-5 STEM Leadership Network offered during the 2019-20 school year requires a separate registration. A sack lunch will be provided.
Washington Green Schools is pairing up with ESD 105 to provide K-5 educators with a unique workshop series called Zombie Guacamole! Teachers will engage with the Next Generation Science Standards by exploring the new Zombie Guacamole curriculum for 5th grade science, visiting the local landfill, and making connections to school gardens.
This workshop will be followed up with one on April 21st, 2020 where a visit to a local school garden, a guest speaker, and local food will be offered.
Teachers will receive 6 STEM clock hours as well as lunch and refreshments.