Teryl Campbell’s 5th grade class from Laguna Beach Top of the World Elementary School hosted an Ocean Awareness Family Fun Night on Thursday, April 6th from 6:00 to 8:30pm. Lots of creative ideas, fun games, and learning about our oceans! Raffle tickets were sold for tons of great prizes. All raffle ticket proceeds are for […]
Students from Washington Steam Junior High from Pasadena, CA thank all the OAC supporters for giving them this amazing marine science experience at the Mountain and Sea Adventures Camp on Catalina Island.
One week aboard Mountain and Sea Adventures’ 100-ton ship Enhydra, working with 23 children who came all they way from China to learn about our fragile oceans.
Washington STEAM Magnet Academy is a middle school serving grades 6th through 8th in Pasadena, CA. They provide a rigorous Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics based curriculum which helps students to become technologically literate problem solvers, logical thinkers, and innovators. Visit Washington STEAM Magnet Academy website to learn more.
As a result of the OAC Event in Sept. 2016, OAC Volunteer and 5th Grade Teacher, Teryl Campbell, has started an Ocean Awareness club at the Top of the World School in Laguna Beach, CA.
Susie Campbell presents the Ocean Awareness “Challenge” to Mrs. Teryl Campbell’s 5th Grade Class at Top of The World Elementary School in Laguna Beach, CA.
A little over a month has passed since our Ocean Awareness Challenge event at Emerald Bay, Catalina. We have had the opportunity to swap stories, upload photos, review our survey results and balance our financial books. We are grateful and proud to report that we surpassed every one of our goals for this first event.
Posted by Ocean Awareness Challenge on Thursday, September 22, 2016