Much of our work happens where the students are— in the school! We are very fortunate for the teachers and staff at Hoonah City Schools for allowing us to share their space and time with them in order to effectively engage with Hoonah’s youth. We truly enjoy supporting students’ passion for environmental fields by providing hands-on, interdisciplinary experiences in order to help prepare them for higher education and careers in science and natural resource fields.

Completing the Fisheries Technology Course

The Fisheries Technology students wrapped up their UAS college course during the final elective phase! This elective phase was shorter ...
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Fisheries Technology: Picking up where we left off

The Fisheries Technology dual enrollment course reconvened for its second, two-week round in April! During the first elective phase, eight ...
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Fisheries Technology- Beginning the Course

The Fisheries Technology dual enrollment course kicked off this March during the first elective phase of the semester. After meeting ...
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Fisheries Technology Course: Gain College Credit and Learn about Marine Resources

Attention students!! Do you want to gain college credit in high school? Are you interested in careers around marine resource ...
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Whalefest in Hoonah: Celebrating Cultural Connections

Can you imagine living in a Hoonah that wasn’t on the water? You’re right— absolutely not! Port Frederick, its neighboring ...
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EnvirOcean weeks in the School

Alex Tannehill’s middle school science class is a busy place- some students bounce up and down at their desk, talking ...
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