Homeschool Program

All programming will be conducted outside to encourage social distancing. Masks are encouraged but not required.

In the case of inclement weather, the program may be moved indoors. Masks will be required in the building. If wind chills are below 20 degrees F, the program will be canceled or postponed.

Students may be split up into two classrooms, K-2nd and 3rd-8th.

Time: 2:30-4:00 p.m.

Dates:

February 25 & 26
Survival Time!: This time of year is especially hard on animals as food caches run very low. Students will learn how food availability and accessibility can alter the population of a species.

March 25 & 26 (The 26th is FULL)
Best Nest: Students will survey the number and locations of bird nests along the trails. Then, they will create a model of a bird’s nest and test its durability.

April 29 &30
Bird is the Word: Students will learn about spring migrants, like warblers and other songbirds by conducting a field survey.

May 27 & 28
Finding Direction: Through engaging activities, students will learn about the basics of a compass and the four cardinal directions.

Registration and Important Info

  • Registration and payment are required.
  • Due to high demand, programs are offered twice a month. Maximum of 15 students per session.
  • To register for individual classes, go to the Calendar or click on the date(s) above. Online registration is required to reserve your spot.
  • Log in to your account to receive member pricing.

*Classes are subject to change due to unforeseen events and inclement weather.