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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Schooner Summer Science Enrichment Camp

Schooner would like to invite you to an open house for Summer Science Enrichment Camp (Pre K – 12) in 2011 from 2 to 5 p.m. June 5.

 
This is a chance for families to meet with the sirectors, some of the staff, and tour classroom(s) and waterfront.

"Schooner Open House is a great opportunity to ask questions and learn more about Schooner camps, school programs, public sails, charters, rentals, lessons, college programs and more!" organizer said in a statement.

"All of our educational programs are in partnership with the University of New Haven. Schooner camps and educational programs are aligned with the Connecticut curriculum standards for Science. Combined with our "hands on feet wet" approach we aim to provide an exceptional, local experience," the statement said.

Schooner is a non-profit marine science education organization based in City Point, New Haven, the statement said. 
 Since 1975, Schooner has been dedicated to promoting environmental awareness and personal growth through experiences in marine science, sailing, and the history of Long Island Sound and its watershed.   The group conducts programs aboard the Schooner Quinnipiack and research vessel Sounder, at shore study sites, in classrooms, and through other local partnerships, the statement said.
 
Editor's note: All information in this post was contributed 



 

Please visit Schooner's website www.schoonerinc.org

Or Call us at 203-815-5046 (Connecticut Coastal Classrooms)

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