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K-5 Science Partners

Bridger-Teton National Forest

The Bridger-Teton National Forest Jackson Ranger District is committed to helping students know as much as possible about their public lands. The Walk With a Ranger program is a diverse, educational service that promotes understanding and involvement on our public lands. Wilderness rangers provide local students an overview of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and the…

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Center of Wonder

Wild Science Fest is an annual nature and science festival, encompassing school activities, interactive science exhibits, films and science-oriented stage acts. The event spans two days, including a classes-only science festival day attended by up to 1,000 elementary and middle school students; a public science festival day with typically more than 30 interactive exhibits and…

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Grand Teton National Park

Turn Grand Teton National Park into your classroom! We offer programs year-round including field trips with hands-on exploration, rangers visiting your classroom with park resources, or even opportunities to connect to rangers digitally. Topics range from “taking a walk on the wild side” with ecology, “rocking the Tetons” with geology, or learning that "every snowflake…

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Jackson Hole Children's Museum

This document outlines how our current JHCM programs align to Wyoming State Standards (and NGSS). As TCSD#1 adopts new science curriculum, we can design programs that better fit the standards. Keep in touch, plan ahead, and we can make STEAMy magic happen! All of our lessons include labs that explore the scientific method and an…

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National Elk Refuge

National Wildlife Refuges are world-renowned as places to see great seasonal migrations of fish and wildlife, iconic animals like bison and bears, and ordinary creatures thriving in their natural habitats. The National Elk Refuge is one of over 560 National Wildlife Refuges in the United States. The education team at the National Elk Refuge offer…

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National Museum of Wildlife Art

The Museum School Programs at the National Museum of Wildlife Art serve approximately 5,000 children throughout the region annually, ranging in ages from pre-K to grade 12. We use our collection of fine art to teach a wide range of subject areas including: art appreciation, natural science, western history and creative writing. Learning in a…

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pARTners

The pARTners program is a formal school and community partnership, established in 1995. pARTners’ approach is teacher-directed and explicitly aligned to school district goals, priorities, and standards. pARTners maintains ongoing communications & planning between the arts and school communities. The mission of pARTners is to ignite creative thinking and self-expression in students by integrating the…

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PAWS of Jackson Hole

PAWS knows that future of responsible pet owners advocates starts with our local youth. This is why PAWS runs comprehensive education and outreach programming designed to promote recreating responsibly, clean communal spaces, and instructing future pet owners on responsible ownership and how they can help pets in need in their communities. Each year, we have…

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Snake River Fund

Snake River Fund is non-profit organization with a mission to promote stewardship of and recreational public access to the Snake River watershed in Wyoming with an emphasis on partnerships, education and public outreach. 4th Grade programs: Partner with Teton County Weed & Pest – Wildlife Expo. SRF could be available for classroom and/or field based…

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Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling

The first step in understanding zero waste is understanding how materials flow through our society. With industrialization and convenience-based products, this flow has become increasingly linear – more and more raw materials are extracted from the earth, then manufactured, consumed and all too quickly, disposed of in landfills. This pattern leaves us with a one-way…

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Teton County Weed & Pest District

TCWP has developed science education programs for grades 2, 3 and 5 that address NGSS while teaching students about invasive species and pests. Each program consists of 3 lessons that build on each other and involve students in practices of science as they learn Disciplinary Core Ideas in the Life Sciences framed in the real-world…

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Teton Interagency Fire

The Fire and Aviation Management programs within the Bridger-Teton National Forest and Grand Teton National Park are integrated to provide a professional and innovative interagency fire program. While they are the primary participants in Teton Interagency Fire, we work closely with the National Elk Refuge, Wyoming State Forestry, and Teton, Lincoln and Sublette counties. Cooperation…

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Teton Raptor Center

Teton Raptor Center is a non-profit organization located in Wilson, WY. Our work is focused around three pillars of research, rehabilitation, and education. Our education team is ready to deliver on just about any life science topic you could ask for! All programs are prepared and delivered for the grade, standards, and topics requested by…

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Teton Science Schools

Teton Science Schools inspires curiosity, engagement, and leadership through transformative place-based education. Our approach to teaching and learning challenges learners engage with their communities through the lenses of ecology, economy, and culture to promote a more robust understanding of issues that affect them and their community. We combine classroom-based education with field based education and…

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The Cougar Fund

The Cougar Fund is a non-profit organization based in Jackson, WY, working to increase knowledge and tolerance of large carnivores through education and outreach. Although our work is focused on wildlife, we believe that all aspects of a healthy environment and habitat are essential for their survival, and therefore offer a wide variety of programs…

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Wyoming Stargazing

Wyoming Stargazing is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Jackson Wyoming that excels at making the often difficult to understand concepts of astronomy accessible to everyone. Our mission is to inspire and educate through Wyoming’s extraordinary skies. We offer public and private stargazing programs, solar astronomy programs, planetarium programs, as well as other indoor astronomy…

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